Where is the world heading? Many people are finding easy ways to make money in all sorts of ways. That is why everyone should be extra careful these days.
Now, youths are engaging in robbery, money rituals, and fraud, all in the name of finding easy ways to make money.
CCTV footage seen on social media has left many people in a state of shock. The armed robbers are seen attacking a man in the video, who is believed to be the boss of those who post the CCTV footage on social media.
According to the video, the deceased was seen coming out of his car to buy something in a shop. The robbers approached him from behind with their car and attacked him in the shop.
The video shows how the armed robbers used their weapons to strike the man they attacked in the middle of the night. The armed robbers killed this man, who was thought to be a boss. Please let us be careful and report suspected armed robbers to the police.
Please click on the link below to watch the video.
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