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Grandfather Clement Mad-
hosingh died a horrific death
on Wednesday when he was
attacked by a swarm of bees
close to his countryside home
The bees, which were
described as African killer bees,
lived behind Madhosingh s
house at Mafeking Village.
In an interview, his widow,
Shaffina, said he loved the
countryside and would spend
every weekend at the Mayaro
house. On weekdays he lived at
Arch Street, Vistabella, where
he had a car rental business.
"He was always going to
Mayaro to fix up the house. He
loved to stay there with us on
weekends," Shaffina said.
She added that on Wednes-
day, Madhosingh told her he
was going with two workers to
fix a bridge in front of the
Mayaro house. After finishing
the job, the men went to the
back of the house to pick man-
"They passed through a small
track and there was a coconut
tree growing there. My husband
moved the coconut branches to
pass and that was when the
bees attacked," Shaffina said.
The three men started to run
but Madhosingh, 65, fell to the
ground. He got up and wrapped
his T-shirt around his head and
stumbled towards the van but
again fell down. His workers
took him to the Mayaro District
Hospital where he was pro-
nounced dead on arrival.
Shaffina said Madhosingh
enjoyed his retirement and was
planning a family vacation for
his children and grandchildren
in Miami in December. She said
her husband loved to cook and
lime in the countryside with his
A post mortem is expected
to be done today at the Forensic
Science Centre, St James.
Mayaro police are continuing
The apparent murder of a 72-year
old pensioner on Wednesday night has
shocked residents of Agostini Settle-
ment, Lime Head Road, Freeport,
where he lived.
Balliram Singh, a 72-year old retiree,
was found gagged and naked on the
floor of his home with his hands bound
behind his back.
His face was bashed in, his body bore
marks of violence and there was blood
around his body.
His car was not found.
According to police reports, Singh s
common-law wife, Waheeda Seeteram,
last saw him alive around 5.30 pm on
On Wednesday, Seeteram, 60, who
lives at Petersville, Cunupia, checked
in on Singh at his Freeport home around
8.30 pm and saw his body on the floor
of his home.
Head of the Central Division, Snr
Supt Johnny Abraham, Insp Glen Tees-
dale, Sgt Jitendra Toolaram and Sgt
Susan John visited the scene.
Singh s post mortem was scheduled
for yesterday evening at the
Forensic Science Centre, St James. The
killing has taken the murder toll to 265
as compared to 232 for the correspon-
ding period last year.
Investigations are continuing.
Pensioner, 72, found dead in Freeport
Navindra Deonath of Woodland, south Trinidad, walks along Wellington Road, Debe, with his catch of fresh crabs
strapped to his bicycle yesterday. PHOTO: KRISTIAN DE SILVA
Clement Madhosingh who died
after being stung by bees.
They passed through a
small track and there was
a coconut tree growing
there. My husband moved
the coconut branches to
pass and that was when
the bees attacked."
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