Tension in Mozambique as Ritualists Targeted Bald Men
There has been great tension in Mozambique as bald men have become targeted people in the country.
The Police in Mozambique has warned bald men that they could be at risk of attack after a spate of killings thought to be motivated by a local belief that their hairless heads contain gold.
Two people have been arrested in the central province of
Zambezia over the deaths of three men, one of whom was
decapitated and had his organs removed. The suspects told detectives that they were working on a commission from clients in Malawi and Tanzania, who wanted to get rich with the help of witchcraft. Inacio Dina, a police spokesman, told a news conference in Maputo that the killings took place in the village of Milange, a few miles from Mozambique’s border with Malawi. The victims are all thought to have been aged
Police Arrest 2 Men Who Ate Free Food For 2 Years In South Africa
The South African police has now arrested two guys that claimed to be a food inspectors and have been eating free food at a popular eatery, KFC in the country. The two gents ate at KFC for free for 2 years claiming to be inspector, while they are not recognized by any authority. Police arrested the gents when the one of the staff in the eatery observed their inconsistent claim and never show any official documents. The two guys will be prosecuted for impersonation....
Girl Who travelled 210km To See A man She Met On Facebook Raped By 3 Men In Kenya
In Kenya, an exasperated mother has called for the arrest of three men who raped her 17-year-old daughter on seperate occasions in early June.Narrating how the incident occurred, the girl said she knows only one of the men from Facebook and gave his name as “Vincent”. She said he invited her to his home in Mbale, a distance of 210 kilometers from Mbita where she stays with her Aunt.She said;“I met the man on Facebook. His first name is Vincent, and the surname ind...
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