A 24-year-old local Dj from Mooi River in Kwazulu-Natal died in traggic way after beimg shot by a security guard.Eventually,Lindokuhle was with his friend at Mooi Mpofana municipal offices yesterday where the incident took place.The two went there to certify document but Lindokuhle had no mask and that's where the problem began.
The security guard asked for mask and Lindokuhle didn't have one.
They began to have arguments over the mask issue and the 31-year-old security alleged shot Lindokuhle.People couldn't believe when they saw the 24-year-old seriously bleeding on the thigh.Sadly Lindokuhle lost too much blood right at the scene and when his family tried to take him to clinic,it was already too late.
He didn't make it and what has hurt the family most was his last words "asambeni".
His family were shocked when they heard the traggic news about Lindokuhle.They thought he went to municipal office but instead went to his death.It was a very traggic moment when Lindo's sister and brother found him on the floor bleeding.They tried helping Lindo survive as they rushed him to hospital but he never made it.
“We rushed him to a clinic but he didn't make it. His last words to me were 'asambeni' ['let's go' in Zulu] and that broke me.”said Lindo's sister.
The 31-year-old man was arrested and the Mooi River police station in KZN opened a case against him.
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