Investigation reopens into missing Pastor
Commander of ‘C’ Division, Calvin Brutus says the investigation into the disappearance of 28-year-old Navindra Ramdin known as ‘Rockey’ has been re-opened following pleas from his mother, Limwattie Laljie.
News Room on February 14 spoke with the mother who expressed displeasure with the way the Police handled the missing person report of her son when he disappeared in 2017.
The mother believes her son was murdered given the fact that he was threatened just a few days before his disappearance.
Following the report, the Police Commander contacted the mother and promised to look into the matter.
Ramdin of Richardsville, Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara, is a father of two; he has been missing for almost two years now.
He was last seen on August 5, 2017, by his two brothers who reside in the same village.
After News Room reported on the issue recently, the mother said she received a telephone call from a female Monday who informed her that her son was “okay.”
Laljie said she asked the woman to send her proof that her son was alive but the caller refused.
This information has since been passed on to the Police.
Before Ramdin went missing, his mother said he complained to her about an issue with his wife who was texting an individual constantly and so he broke her phone.
Ramdin had also complained to his mother about a man who threatened to kill him and put him a septic tank.
The wife had told the mother that Ramdin was working in the interior region when she inquired about his whereabouts.
Ramdin managed the Church of Christ in Essequibo and studied at LifeSpring Ministries. He also studied Civil Engineering at the University of Guyana. (Colwyn Abrams)