Windhoek marchers remember slain Cheryl Avihe Ujaha

Windhoek marchers remember slain Cheryl Avihe Ujaha

Concerned Windhoekers, including top Government officials, gathered in central Katutura to march against the brutal killing of nine-year-old Cheryl Avihe Ujaha on Friday.
Among the marchers were Khomas Governor Laura Mcleod-Katjirua, Presidential youth advisor Daisry Mathias and Windhoek Mayor Muesee Kazapua. The marchers were led by the Namibian Police's marching band.
Learners, some with black tape over their mouths, from various schools also joined in solidarity bearing placards depicting anger, sorrow and sadness.
One child's placard read: "We are no longer safe to play in the playground".
The march started from Clemens Kapuuo street in central Katutura, to the Staanvas location, a stone's throw from where the dumped body of late Ujaha was found.
Ujaha's mutilated body was discovered dumped in a river bed a few weeks ago.