Deformity at the hands of criminals

After senseless attack Makhulu is left with a depressed face
After senseless attack Makhulu is left with a depressed face

FRANCISTOWN: “I had stepped over the Tati River bridge heading home just across when all hell broke lose,” said Makhulu Gaothusi of the incident that left him deformed 12 years ago.

Three unknown men abruptly rained stones onto him.  They hit him on the head and face.  Then they beat him before leaving him for dead.  Makhulu had just become a victim of a crime rampant in the streets of Francistown.

As if confused with his initial facts, he paused and gained composure before narrating the sordid details of the attack that left him scarred.

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