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Top security boss gets butchered by thugs in latest attack, here is how it happened

The nation seems to be going down in flames like a petrol tanker on fire on a windy day. The state of security continues to get worse with each passing day and it now seems as if the police and security teams are fighting a losing battle.

Criminals seem to be having a good day in office as they are always tearing apart the security teams.

Reports which surfaced today showed how brutal thugs can be when they come across officers who will be trying to block their robbery missions. In the Gauteng Province, an incident which was reported to have happened by Yusuf Abramjee left many in disbelief.

According to reports, the owner of a security company shot dead in a nasty attack which happened in Actonville Benoni this afternoon.

This left many expressing their shock as it is now becoming increasingly difficult to run a business in a place like South Africa. Robberies are being reported in large numbers while violence is the talk of the day.

At first when the news surfaced, there were no finer details regarding the shooting. Many were left with so many questions regarding the circumstances which led to him getting shot.

Initially, it was reported that the victim responded to a robbery incident and was shot by a gang of thugs who were carrying out the heist.

Later on an update was given on might have transpired and it gave a fresh twist to the story. Yusuf Abramjee claimed that it appeared to have been a hit.

The deceased was a 35 year old male named Mohammed Delair. It was clarified that he was shot dead by two men and he was the owner of A-Tech Security.

At the time of the incident, he was in a car with his pregnant wife. The hitmen did not take the life of his wife as she was spared during the attack.

A manhunt is currently underway as the police are now hunting for those who were behind the attack. No arrests have been reported at the time of going to print. Members of the public who may have information on the whereabouts of the suspects are being urged to contact the police.

Private security teams seem to be doing most of the job in this country as they are known for not being corrupt. An attack at such clean forces leaves members of the public in a fix as they will end up not having anywhere to run to.

Source: Yusuf Abramjee

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Gauteng Province Yusuf Abramjee


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