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Negligent driving leads to homicide

Mon, 26 September 2016 19:39
by Johanna Mafwila


Ignatius Musuuo (27), a resident of Erf 1004 Vicky Iipinge Street, has been charged with culpable homicide after a vehicle he was driving was involved in an accident that led to the death of Tomas Kondjeni (31). The incident took place on the second of September 2016 on the B1 road in the Windhoek district. Musuuo was driving a car with registration number N192831W. He is expected back in court on the 29th of November 2016 due to further investigations being carried out. Musuuo is currently out on bail for N$2 000.