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Avihe’s killer still at large

The Namibian police have dismissed claims that killer of 4th grader Avihe Cheryl Ujaha has been found.

The Namibian Police Force hereby calls upon citizens to refrain from creating and sharing unconfirmed police information on social media and further urge citizens to desist from circulating misleading information.


A statement posted on their Facebook page stated that there is a screenshot message being shared on social mediums especially WhatsApp stating that the late little Avihe’s mother is arrested for the murder of her daughter.

“This information is false and devoid of any truth and thus cannot be confirmed by the Namibian Police Force. Such information seems like a deliberate act by an individual, who intend to mislead the nation,” read the post.

According to the post, investigations into this case are still ongoing and thus far no one has been arrested.


“We reiterate us call that: anyone with information regarding the murder of little Avihe must come forth and provide us with the necessary information. The leading investigator Deputy Commissioner Agas can be contacted on 0811242649.”

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