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The unfortunate shooting that killed two Grade 10 students from Lesiba Secondary School in Daveyton this week was a fun loving occurrence that turned out badly.
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THE TWO LEARNERS WERE BEST FRIENDS
The young men who were closest companions were obviously playing with a weapon when Ndhlebe was shot unintentionally. In shock and frenzy, Majola later directed the weapon back toward himself.
As indicated by family representative Sibusiso Nkabane, the young men had escaped school during the school break to hang out at home together on Wednesday.
THE LEARNERS HAD SNUCK OUT DURING SCHOOL BREAK
"Njabulo Ndhlebe and Zukiso Majola, alongside their third companion - whom will not be referenced to secure his personality, had slipped away school during the school break to hang out at home together.
"At the point when they returned home, Majola showed his companions his passed granddad's firearm, which he took from his December occasions without his folks' information. His perished granddad was attached to Majola, and Majola had taken the firearm in recognition of him," Nkabane said.
MAJOLA SHOWED FRIENDS HIS GRANDFATHER'S GUN
While trying to intrigue his companions, Majola took the dumped pistol and stacked the firearm, and began playing with it. While playing with the firearm, it unintentionally went off, firing Ndhlebe behind his ear.
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THE GUN ACCIDENTALLY WENT OFF, SHOOTING NDHLEBE BEHIND HIS EAR
"In shock the anonymous third companion ran off to his home around the bend and Majola hurried after his companion requesting that he help. The gunfire and the young men fleeing raised consideration at the neighbors thus the local area individuals from Chief Albert Luthuli park emerged to face the young men of the matter," Nkabane said.
MAJOLA PANICKED AND SHOT HIMSELF IN THE HEAD
He said Majola then, at that point, fled, back to his home.
"At the point when he returned home in frenzy and dread, he shut the carport entryway and involved a similar firearm to fire himself in the head.
"As guardians of the two lamenting families, we are profoundly disheartened and in torment by the deficiency of our young men. We thank general society and the local area of Daveyton for every one of the ardent feelings during this shocking time. The two families have held various gatherings and supplication meetings since the passings and will keep on doing as such until internment," Nkabane said
THERE WAS NO FIGHTING AMONGST THE BOYS
Ndhlebe and Majola, and the third anonymous kid were classmates and dearest companions for two or three years. The families said there was no battling among the young men on the day, and every one of the three young men are great, adolescent young men.
"The main passing was coincidental and a shocking error, while the subsequent demise was brought about by dread and frenzy.
"We might want to express that we had an incredible happy season with Njabulo and the family, the young men were extremely attached to one another, and this is a sad mishap," Nkabane said.
NDHLEBE AND MAJOLA WERE FOND OF EACH OTHER
He added that the families would like some security during this troublesome time as they lament the grievous loss of their youngsters.
The dedication administration for the two young men will be held at Lesiba Secondary School on Tuesday, 18 January 2022, at 09:00.
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