Man Kills An Elderly Palm Wine Tapper, See What Happened Between Them That Caused The Bad Incident.
There is no calamity greater than lavish desires There is no greater guilt than discontentment And there is no greater disaster than greed. Greed is a bottomless pit which exhausts the person in an endless effort to satisfy the need without ever reaching satisfaction.
Greed eats up a person so that s/he is wasted away due to the heat of the bad traits it makes one develop such as selfishness, anger, jealousy and unhealthy competition. It sucks up every strand of happiness and results in death.
There are several tragic developments on a regular basis, but there is another story when a man was caught killing an older man in the region of Cameroon who was a palm-wine tapper.
Pa Takon was a palm wine named for a fight between Merlino and the boy on the farm.
As mentioned earlier, Merlino bought palm wine from an old Pa Mason and tasted it and requested more, but the unfortunate incident was not produced by a palm wine tapper.
He was really angry, he grabbed a rod and hit him on the tapper's head, which caused his death and told him that he died on the spot.
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