A man by the name Amidu Bole in the town called Daboyiri in the Bole district of the savanna region has been butchered by his elderly brother.
They are part of the Fulani herdsmen group in the area. The perpetrator of this crime has absconded with the police looking for his whereabouts.
A reporter of the Adom news team interviewed the victim, Mr. Amidu Bole in the Wala language and later translated to our hearing. According to Amidu, he was asleep in his room when his brother entered with a stick.
He was surprised when his brother hit him with the stick and he asked why his brother did that but the next thing was a machete blow from his brother.
He used the machete on his neck and he immediately held his neck but he struck his hand to chop it off.
Neighbors came to his rescue after he shouted for help and rushed him to the Bole government hospital.
The victim is still alive by the grace of God.
Police are looking for the criminal and request the help of the general public to help bring him into their custody.
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