A 21-year-old College of Guyana scholar was on Tuesday remanded to jail for the deadly stabbing of goldsmith, Kareem Kayum of Regent Road, Georgetown.
Afzal Deendial appeared earlier than Chief Justice of the Peace Ann McLennan on the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court docket and was not required to enter a plea when charged with the capital offence.
Particulars of the cost alleged that Deendial on August 12, on the Muslim Youth Group alongside Woodford Avenue, Georgetown, murdered Kayum
Deendial was remanded to jail till September 19.
In keeping with a police launch, Kayum and Deendial are identified to one another and would play cricket collectively on the floor each Friday night.
Police had been advised that in their typical encounter the sufferer complained that Deendial was calling him unsavoury names and was cautioned by an elder individual to desist from similar.
The 2 males subsequently turned concerned in a scuffle after Kayum slapped Deendial on the again of his head.
Deendial turned irritated, armed himself with a knife, and gave chase behind Kayum. He reportedly stabbed him within the chest space.
The sufferer was rushed to the GPHC after the suspect was subdued, the place on arrival he was seen by a physician however died whereas receiving therapy.
Deendial, was arrested and brought to the Alberttown Police Station the place he was later charged.