For some time now, crime rate has risen in Wa and its environs. Crime especially armed robbery, has become every day thing for those who do it and go unpunished. They have been several on armed robbers attacking government officials, high profile people like lawyers, Businessmen and making away with huge sums of monies. If extra care is not taken, the criminals will take the authorities there for granted and will always do their illicit exploits.
Most of these people that are suspected to perpetrating these crimes are just the youth who have nothing doing to sustain their lives. What even makes it funny is the items that they are usually accused of stealing.
Well, in a similar report Today, a young man whose name was not disclosed was beaten and abandoned in a pool of blood for stealing fowls from a fowl owner. This young guy is suspected to be in his early twenties.
According to a video post by Home radio, a local FM station based in Wa, the man was only seen this morning with his two legs tied together, two hands also also tied and the hands and legs tied again. Then blood was oozing from his head and chest area.
Though the victim could hardly speak, the witnesses saw the tools for his operatives being ceased and put by his side.
But the question is; on such a matter, who should fix himself, the Government or the citizens? I believe that no normal person will go to still such things and run into this disgrace if he can do something that can give him fowls.
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