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Newspaper Editor Attacked

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While walking to get a taxi, he felt someone touch on his backpack and turned to see a huge black fellow as one of the thieves. Kamara decided to continue his walk by crossing on the other hand of the street in an attempt to avoid them but the same man pursued him with false accusation that he (Ibrahim) had willfully hit him.

While on this discussion, the thieves immediately grabbed the editor and gave him a thorough beating and then stabbed him on the head.

 

As the attacker and his associates tried to escape they were chased by Ibrahim and group of onlookers who grabbed one of the attackers and handed him over to the police whiles the others escaped into thin air.

Editor Ibrahim Alusine Kamara is currently responding to medication after receiving several stenches on the head and lips.

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