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Unexpected || Foreigners Are Now Killing Each Other, See What Happened In Mpumalanga

Date : 20 January 2022

South African people are still in disbelief and in shock following the brutal murder of a Bangladesh man who was reported dead earlier this week. Twenty eight years old Rezaul Amin Molla was reported missing in Kwaggafonetin in Mpumalanga last year December . The suspects behind the kidnapping demanded a ransom of three hundred thousand from his family. His decomposed body was found in Vanderbijlpark . Four foreign nationals were arrested for kidnapoing and murder of the man yesterday.

Two men have confessed to kidnapping and killing Rezaul Amin Molla in Bophelong at Vanderbijl Park. Two other suspects who are linked to this tragic incident were also arrested in Bophelong. The police managed to find the vehicle that was used during the kidnapping at one of their homes. Twenty seven years old Mohammed Asrepur Rahman and twenty six Mohammed Sha Alamin confesses that they are behind his death. It is alleged that they also attempted to kidnap another person but things did not go as they had planned this time. It ended in tears as they get caught. Suspects are being expected to appear in court on the 25th of January, that is next week Tuesday.

This is really painful more especially to the deceased family. Losing a loved one to this manner is really painful and heartbreaking. No one can ever be prepared enough to lose a loved. The thought of not seeing him or hearing his voice must be really devastating for the family. People are saying these men should go to jail for causing such an unbearable pain to the family. They should be sent to jail for what they did. What is your take on this matter? Share your views on the comment section and follow for more news.

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Source :https://twitter.com/Abramjee/status/1483733064501149702?s=19

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