The rate of inhumane being witnessed in the current society is much worrying as people now wonder whether humanity left the world. People currently kill their fellow human beings without fears or worry. Shading of blood among human beings is currently very common.
A section of thugs at Soko Mjinga Market in Kawangware have left a great fear among the area residents. This is after reports appeared that some people have been walking in the said area cutting people's fingers without any mercy.
According to sources, the said incident occured today in the evening where some individuals are currently maturing wounds on their fingers as they lack fingers. It is said that the criminals forcefully take individuals after which they chop off their fingers.
This issue has caused a lot of fear among the residents within Soko Mjinga market making them to exit the said area to other places for the fear of their lives.
The area residents are currently asking the government to intervene and arrest those criminals so they can live without fear as they used to do.
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