Police are investigating the killing of a Kenyan national who until his fatal shooting earlier this week, was teaching at Brae- burn, one of leading English medium schools in Arusha. Francis Mgambo, 46, was shot dead at a pub located at Shamsi area along the Dodoma Road on Tuesday night by three armed assailants who stormed the grocery at around 9 pm. Mr Matei Basilio, the region- al police commander, told The Citizen here yesterday that they were yet to establish the motive of the shooting because the gangsters did not take any- thing from the bar or clients. "It appeared that they targeted him only," he said, adding that after the shooting, the gun- men walked away and that nobody has since been arrested in connection with yet another mysterious murder to rock the municipality. The fatal shooting took place at a drinking joint called Pressure Pressure at Shamsi area which, like the adjacent Ngarenaro and Majengo pubs, is notorious for violent crimes and mugging. Eyewitnesses said the gangsters entered the bar and fired one shot to scare away people before aiming at the teacher who was taking drinks. He was shot in the abdomen and succumbed before reaching hospital where he was rushed to. "The killers seem to have only aimed at Mr Mgambo" the RPC stated, noting that they were armed with pistols and that nobody had identified any of them. Police detectives have been deployed in the area to investigate, he further added. http://allafrica.com/stories/201003080741.html According to me poor Tanzanians have started targeting foreigners working amongst them thinking that they are the reason for their poverty and joblessness, most of them are unaware that lack of proper schooling is the cancer thats eating them inside, till when will they continue killing innocents?