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Ten days have passed since 32-
year-old Zalima "Ashma"
Naimool of Biche went missing
and hope is fading for her relatives
that she will return to them alive,
safe and sound.
Speaking with the T&T
Guardian yesterday, Naimool s
boyfriend, Rajindra "Dodi" Ram-
paul, 30, of Biche, said he picked
up Naimool at her sister s house
at Dinsley, Tacarigua, on June 3,
at about 4 pm.
Rampaul said he took her shop-
ping and then they went to a bar
at Arima Old Road where they had
some drinks. He said "she had
He said during their time togeth-
er, Naimool told him that she had
plans to meet a friend after their
"I kept asking her who was the
friend she was going to meet and
she kept saying a friend. I kept
pressing her to tell me and she
called a name, Stacy, and I said ok.
"But I never knew any of her
friends that well but I still said ok.
I had given her $500 earlier and
told her to use that to buy food for
she and her friend," Rampaul said.
"I was having car problems so
she insisted for me to let her drop
out at one point and travel to meet
her friend. I don t know the roads
properly because I am not from
the area but I dropped her off
somewhere in Arouca," he added.
Rampaul said after a few hours
he tried calling her cellphone several
times and did not get in contact
When asked if he was worried
about Naimool s disappearance, he
replied: "Of course, we have been
together almost 18 months and I
love her very much and I know
that she loves me.
"I am trying to find her, I even
went to one of her friend s who
works in a drugstore and asked if
she had seen her and she told me
no. I even went to a male friend
of hers and he said no, also.
"I am so worried. I am not
sleeping, not eating. My mother
is very worried and her pressure
is sky high over this.
"Ashma and I are real good and
loving to each other. She will be
celebrating her 33rd birthday on
June 23 and I promised her to take
her to Tobago.
"My birthday is one week after
hers so that lime would have been
our birthday lime and gift to each
other," he said.
"I am hurting. This is paining
me and it is too much to bear,"
On Wednesday, Naimool s sister,
Nia, appeared on CNC3 s Crime
Watch programme. She told host
Ian Alleyne that her sister lived
with her and it was customary for
Rampaul to pick her up to go and
lime. She told Alleyne that she
found it strange that Naimool never
returned home and that she never
got a proper explanation from
Rampaul as to what became of her
sister after they spent time togeth-
er.Naimool was last seen dressed
in a tan brown jersey top and a tan
colour pair of jeans with high heels,
bronze in colour.
Anyone who may have infor-
mation on Naimool s whereabouts
are asked to contact the Biche
Police Station at 668-9044, the
Arouca Police Station at 640-6138
or Nia at 776-5009.
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Friday, June 12, 2015
The capital city of Port-of-Spain is
set to come alive from 10 am today as
it celebrates its 101st anniversary.
Port-of-Spain Mayor Raymond Tim
Kee is expected to inspect contingents
from all arms of the military at the
entrance to the Queen s Park Savannah
opposite Memorial Park to signal the
start of the annual parade to mark City
Day and the anniversary of the capital
An official from the Port-of-Spain
City Corporation said in addition to uni-
formed officers and the display of various
law enforcement vehicles, music bands,
costumed masqueraders, Moko Jumbies
and tassa drummers would also comprise
A cultural show featuring is also
expected to start at 3 pm at the Adam
City celebrates 101
years with parade today
The parade starts at Memorial
Park proceeding south on
Frederick Street, turning right
into Hart Street, right again into
Abercromby Street, left along
Duke Street, right into Victoria
Square West, left into Ariapita
Avenue to be dismissed at Adam
Hope fades for missing woman
In the second incident, 30-
year-old Sonnera Campbell
went missing on June 6.
Campbell, who is from
Tunapuna was last seen at
her home. She is employed at
Massy Motors, Lady Young
Anyone with information
on her whereabouts can
contact her relatives at 352-
1281 or 706-6298.
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