Currently admitted at the ANGAU Memorial Provincial Hospital, the 34-year-old said the issue started when a local man was beheaded.
“To appease his relatives, the community identified the suspect and chopped him up,” said Aking.
“He died whilst being brought to the hospital.
“However, the relatives of the first victim were not satisfied as they believed that more people were involved.
“They enlisted the help of outsiders and at 4am, they came into the village and surrounded us.”