Kamati to be buried on Saturday

WINDHOEK: The Augustineum Secondary School teacher accused of killing two sisters on 09 October 2015, will be laid to rest at his home village of Okandjira in the Ovitoto area this weekend.

The 32-year-old Ananias Kamati will be laid to rest on Saturday (31 October 2015).

This was officially announced by Kamati’s family members in a media statement availed to Nampa here on Thursday afternoon that a memorial service will be held on Friday (tomorrow) at the Kamati family residence at Okandjira village, Ovitoto area, in the district of Okahandja in the Otjozondjupa Region at about 18h00.

His burial will also take place at Okandjira on Saturday morning at about 08h30, said family members.

Kamati died on 21 October this year (2015) after he spent a total of 21 days in Katutura State Hospital.

Kamati’s death was confirmed to Nampa by Namibian Police Force (NamPol)’s Chief Inspector, Kauna Shikwambi upon enquiry that he died in the morning hours of 21 October this year (2015) in the Katutura State hospital where he was receiving treatment after drinking battery acid in an apparent attempt to commit suicide.

The deceased (Kamati) was accused of murdering sisters – Jacqueline Kuaseua, 18, and Cecilia Kambuu Kuaseua, 30.

The bodies of the two sisters were found in a riverbed in Khomasdal, not far from the Augustineum Secondary School.

He apparently had a relationship with Jacqueline.