https://www.namibian.com.(...)girlfriend-at-Ombiliquote:A MAN allegedly shot and killed his girlfriend on Tuesday evening at Ombili informal settlement in Windhoek before turning the gun on himself.
The man was identified as Martin Mupopiwa (39) and the woman Ndapewa Moses.
According to police spokesperson deputy commissioner Kauna Shikwambi, Moses had moved in with her family at Ombili informal settlement. Her boyfriend went to see her earlier on Tuesday, demanding that she returns to the shack they shared near Okahandja Park.
“When she refused, the boyfriend fatally shot her on the head and also shot himself on the head. They died instantly and their next of kin have been informed of their deaths,” Shikwambi said.
The couple have two children together.
Het heeft een voorgeschiedenisquote:
Moordkoppie klinkt al niet echt als een goed voorteken, helaas werd dat werkelijkheid voor deze vrouwquote:Moordkoppie
Historic Site in Okahandja
The historical animosity between the Nama and the Herero had its most emphatic expression at the Battle of Moordkoppie (Afrikaans for ‘Murder Hill’) on 23 August 1850. During the battle, 700 Herero under the command of chief Katjihene were massacred by Nama forces. Half of the victims were women and children, whose bodies were dismembered for the copper bangles on their arms and legs. The scene of this tragedy was a small rocky hill near the centre of town between the B2 and the railway line, 500m north of the Gross Barmen turn-off.