Body Of Man Being Taken Away By Medics in Kenya :Photo/ courtesy
Residents of Mwanza in Tanzania are still in shock following the occurrence of a rather unfortunate incident in the area. A middle aged man was found brutally murdered with a rather disturbing letter found beside his body.
Police boss of the area Mr Jumanne Muliro confirmed the incident and revealed that two suspects were apprehended in relation to the incident. The deceased believed to be between 40-42 years was a resident of Kanyerere in the larger Mkuyuni location.
The disturbing letter contained the message "mke wa mtu ni Sumu." which can be translated to mean "somebody's wife is a no go zone. "
The suspect's are expected to be arraigned in court once the investigations are complete.Residents are always urged to settle disputes using the right channels as opposed to taking the law unto their hands.
If found guilty the two suspects are facing a possible death sentence or alternatively serve lengthy sentences in jail.
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