A 42-YEAR-OLD guy from Chisamba was killed by two boerboels while performing some piecework on a farm.
The incident is said to have taken place at an undisclosed time after the deceased returned from drinking.
Patrick Mulenga is thought to have gone to work as a bricklayer on a part-time basis at the aforementioned farms, where his brother serves as farm manager. However, on Tuesday night around 22:00, he went out drinking and didn’t come back until an unknown time.
According to David Chileshe, the police commissioner for Central Province, who confirmed the occurrence with Mwebantu, Mr. Mulenga was found dead the following day by his brother, the manager of Acacia Farm.
Mr Mulenga was attacked and killed by two boerboels at Acacia Farms. The deceased was doing some part time work as a bricklayer at Acacia farms.
However, on Tuesday, January 17 around 22:00 hours he went out on a drinking spree and returned at an unknown time. He was discovered dead yesterday, Wednesday January 18 at Acacia farm by the farm manager who is also the deceased’s brother. The farm is owned by Mr Victor Simusokwe aged 58 of Kalundu Township, Lusaka,” he said.
Chile, Mr. She stated that an inquiry into the deceased’s death had begun, and that the deceased’s body was at the University Teaching Hospital (UTH) awaiting a postmortem.