Goraseb discharged from hospital after hijacking

28 Feb 2018 17:20pm
WINDHOEK, 28 FEB (NAMPA) - Namibia Football Players' Union (Nafpu) president, Sylvester 'Lolo' Goraseb, has been discharged from hospital after he was attacked in Windhoek Wednesday morning.
The former Brave Warriors midfielder was injured when his Toyota Fortuner was hijacked in Olympia in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
Nafpu secretary-general, Olsen Kahiriri, told Nampa that Goraseb was in a stable condition.
He said Goraseb’s attackers put objects in the road to slow him down before attacking him.
He said the union was shocked to hear about the hijacking.
“It is very shocking to hear of such acts, but we are happy that he is in a stable condition and wish him a speedy recovery,” he said.
Namibian Police Force Spokesperson, Chief Inspector Kauna Shikwambi confirmed that Goraseb opened a case of robbery.
“We will launch an investigation to determine what happened. At the moment it’s a little bit sketchy but the case of robbery that was opened and will be investigated,” she said.
(NAMPA)
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