Girl killed by shepherd found naked

The Ndabeni family of Gqukesi in Qhorha, Dutywa had a bad start to the year when their daughter Olimpa Ndabeni was brutally murdered on January 4 by a man from Lesotho who worked as a shepherd in the village.

Olimpa, 27, and four friends were returning from a party in a village on the other side of Madokisi when they were attacked by this man.

Olimpa Ndabeni (21).

According to the report, Olimpa, the victim, was unable to flee while being chased and beaten by the man, while her friends waded through the rain to reach their homes.

According to a resident who spoke to this newspaper, they searched day and night and only found her jacket and jewellery. However, with the assistance of police dogs, they discovered her body near her home on the Gqukesi River.

The victim was discovered naked and undressed by the man suspected of raping her before killing her.

According to the resident, the heavy rain that caused floods last week that lasted two days without relief were pouring on the victim because those were the days she was missing.

The suspect fled because his residence, which was a house where he worked, was vacant. The lady’s funeral will be held on Saturday.

The Eastern Cape Police spokesperson, Warrant Officer Majola Nkohli, stated that a murder case has been opened and that an investigation is underway.

Nkohli urges anyone with information about the suspect to come forward because he has not yet been apprehended and is wanted. You can contact Lieutenant Colonel Tose, the case detective, at 082 9589092, who will protect your identity, or call 08600 10111.