Tension In Mombasa After A Gang Of Criminals Hiding An Ak47 In A Sack Shot Dead A Mpesa Agent
By Bettyb | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 0 views
Mombasa residents are in shock after a business man was shot dead during the day by criminals who had raided a shop leaving other two residents with serious injuries.
According to sources, the criminal gang had AK47 wrapped in a sack which they used to shoot the mpesa agent after he tried to fight with the thugs.
According to the residents, this is not the first incident happening in the area cases of insecurity have really increased to a worrying number where they claim they are now living in fear since thugs are attacking them during the day.
Residents have condemned the police officers who arrived at the scene late even after their station being near the area where the incident took place yet they arrived late and the thugs managed to escape.
The area police boss promised the residents to investigate into the incident and bring the criminals to book, the body of the deceased was taken to a local hospital morgue.
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