Two Nigerians Murdered By Armed Robbers In Johannesburg

Two Nigerians Murdered By Armed Robbers In Johannesburg

Rosettenville, Johannesburg.

A Nigerian was murdered when a group of men opened fire on him in Rosettenville, Johannesburg South, on Tuesday.

Four men followed Mr.Kamoru from the bank to his apartment on Lang street. He parked his car, walked into his house and was followed by two suspects.

Mr. Kamoru fought the two men in his house during the robbery, one of the suspects drew his firearm and shot him four times. He died on the scene and the suspects fled with an undisclosed amount of money.

The deceased was described as a hardworking, religious, philanthropist with a good character according to close friends.

He was in his early 50s, survived by his wife and kids. He holds a dual citizenship and runs a car dealership in Johannesburg.

Monday night, another Nigerian was killed in his Buy-Rite Shop in Jules Street, Johannesburg during a robbery.

“The South African Police are investigating the crime,” said police spokesperson.

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