The young man who goes by the of Denis Paneno Kashona was identified as a VETKOEKS thief at Walvis Bay. Kashona was caught red-handed stealing VETKOEKS and he managed to escape from the scene and transport himself to the road.
People tried to stop him but they were eating his dust as he was making sure he transport himself to high speed. Luckily he got escaped but unfortunately, he lost his life on the highway. Kashona was hit by a vehicle while crossing the B2 highway at Walvis Bay.
What a shame for a young man to lose his life because of VETKOEKS, this shows that crime doesn't pay. Despite how big is it, you shouldn't commit a crime because some of the consequences of crime are not good.
A Namibian police spokesperson says investigations are still in process.
Denise Kashona was declared dead by St Gabriel Paramedics at the scene. His next of Kin received this unpleasant message while enjoying with his friends at home.
Most of the people on social media think the blame should go straight to street vendors, they're are responsible for Denise's death. Denis was a well-known boy with respect and people thought we were stealing to survive from hunger.
In your own opinion who do you think should be blamed on this matter?. Leave your thoughts below.
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