A post-mortem examination has concluded that 39-year-old Nakema Deonauth died of brain haemorrhage due to blunt trauma to the head, and compression injuries to the neck. Pathologist Dr Nehaul Singh has opined that Deonauth’s injuries might have been caused by cuffs or a hard object, reinforcing police suspicion of foul play.

The body was identified by his sister Yashoda Deonauth and was then handed over to the relatives for burial.

Deonauth was found dead in a Regent Street apartment on June 12. His father, and owner of Nesha’s Flowerland, Rajendranauth Deonauth, made the shocking discovery after he entered the premises when calls to his son went unanswered. Guyana Standard has confirmed that Deonauth Snr. remains in police custody assisting with the probe.

Deonauth worked at the Ministry of Education as a Coordinator.



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