Anthony King, a 25-year-old pork-knocker who is accused of beheading his sister’s reputed husband in the wee hours of Monday last at Grove, East Bank Demerara, (EBD) was on Friday arraigned before Principal Magistrate Judy Latchman for the heinous crime.He was not required to plead to the indictable charge, which detailed that he murdered 39-year-old Justin Peterkin of Paradise, East Coast Demerara on November 5, 2018 at Lot 1323 Block Y, Grove, EBD. He was subsequentlyMurder accused: Anthony Kingremanded to prison until November 23, 2018.This horrific incident reportedly occurred at about 08:20h on the day in question. A neighbour, Daniel Boutrim, has recalled going outside of his house and seeing the suspect holding a hammer in his hands. After returning inside his house, Boutrim recalled, he heard a “knocking” sound, and shortly after returning outside, he saw the late Peterkin’s motionless body on the ground. The suspect was reportedly hovering over the body, using a knife and hammer to sever its head.After committing the act, the suspect reportedly left the yard and proceeded towards the street with the two weapons in his hands. The Police were contacted, and immediately took King into custody.
0Shares0000Mathare United head coach Francis Kimanzi (right) with Gor Mahia’s Dylan Kerr (left). Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULUNAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 12- Despite his side enjoying a blistering start to the new season, Mathare United head coach Francis Kimanzi says he is under no pressure to challenge for the 2018 Kenyan Premier League (KPL) title, exactly 10 years since he guided them to their first in 2008.Mathare narrowly avoided relegation last year and ended up finishing 13th but have posted contrasting results this year as they currently sit on the apex of the standings with 23 points off 10 games. “In the beginning, it wasn’t our target. We had a smaller target because we had to be realistic. To tell the players that we want to win the league after fighting relegation last season is a big step,” the tactician offered.“Sometimes you don’t want to create tension in the group and you give attainable targets. But, I don’t see anything wrong to learn and still win something in the process.”He added; “We want to be another force in the league and do better than the previous two seasons. If you put yourself as a force then you are targeting anything achievable. We are not ruling out the league title because we have a team which we believe can face any challenge, take a game after game with passion and win.”Mathare United head coach Francis Kimanzi during training. Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULUKimanzi has tried twice unsuccessfully to win the KPL title with Sofapaka and Tusker FC but with Mathare, he hopes the project he started last season can bear fruit within the next five years.The tactician lost almost the entire team at the end of the 2016 season and instead of replacing them with like for like figures, Kimanzi went for young, untested blood and he almost paid for it with relegation but they disentangled themselves in the final five games.He has stuck with the same squad for the 2018 season, only making a few additions though the core of the team remained.“I took a brave risk and sometimes we spent a lot of sleepless nights trying to find out how we can make it better for young, very inexperienced players but very talented. With the confidence and support I had, the program we made for them worked,” Kimanzi notes.Mathare United during training. Photo/TIMOTHY OLOBULU“We decided to start a foundation, genuinely sound and we walked without fear. We knew it was going to be tough. There was some false confidfence among the players. You could see that they want to do it but still had a long way to go,” He added.The tactician says he has been impressed with their growth and notes he is genuinely surprised that they have started hitting the right notes in just their second year together.“We had a grace period of three years for them to mature completely but they have completely surprised us. Almost 60, 70 percent has improved and if they can do it in the second year then it’s a great success,” the coach noted.The Slum Boys have only lost once this season, a 4-3 defeat at the hands of AFC Leopards in a match they led 3-1 at some point.But since then, they have won the next four matches back to back and Kimanzi only hopes they can remain consistent again for the next 10 games.They will be facing Posta Rangers in their next match on Sunday, a game Kimanzi says will be both very tough and very easy for his side.“We are playing against a tough team defensively but also, they don’t score. We only now have to worry about how we will open them up and get goals,” the coach noted.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
Lotto luck has struck Donegal again after the €2 million mid-week prize was scooped locally.The mystery winner comes from the Donegal Town area but their identity has still not been made public.The lucky ticket was bought in the local post office using a €4 quick pick. The winning numbers were 2,14, 22, 24, 29 and 41 with 44 being the bonus ball.The latest win comes just weeks after Greencastle grandmother Kathleen McLaughlin scooped €2.6 million.A spokesman for the National Lottery said “There is a lot of speculation as to who the winner is but we cannot say at this stage.“If the winner wants to go public then we will arrange for their identity to be known but that is not the case right now. “Donegal would seem to have a lotto luck at the moment with two big wins in December.”Keep logging on to Doneagdaily.com as we go in search of the lucky winner! LOTTO LUCK STRIKES DONEGAL AGAIN! was last modified: December 22nd, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal Townlotto winner