Grief has filled Mikindani village after a 17 year old boy studying at Kajembe Secondary school took the law into his hands and stabbed his step father to death following an argument with his mother.
"I met this young man carrying two knives.He said to himself that his father had faced his wrath for he was used to beating his mother," one of the villagers narrated.
"I have been brought to several cases about these two not being at peace.Many at times I've tried solving the disputes but I have not been successful,"another villager added.
According to the neighbours,the late and the wife had been quarrelling for a long time,an issue that the village elder has attempted solving but has not managed to.
"He used to come and narrate to us what occured back home.The only advise we gave him was to take heart for that was other person's affair.He always listened to us but seems he couldn't take it anymore," a friend narrated.
Police officers have begun investigation as the late man's wife is held captive.The boy however flee as soon as he stabbed his step father.
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