With reference to a News Room article published on the 13th of April, 2020 which asked readers to try to identify the Venezuelan woman who has been a victim of homicide, a Guyana, South America fan has made contact with this publication claiming that he knew the woman since 2019.
The young man, who wishes to remain anonymous, related that Devika Narainedat, known as “Vanessa,” had lived with his family in No. 69 village, Corentyne, Berbice, Guyana, South America for a short period of time during the year 2019. He said that the woman, who was Venezuelan by birth but Guyanese by residency, left their home in October, 2019.
The young man said of Vanessa:
“She was a easy and normal girl kind to people ain’t deserve to die like that.”
The young man said that Vanessa and her mother use to attend the same “Kali Temple” in No. 64 Village. After Vanessa said that she had nowhere to stay, the woman consulted with her family and they agreed to let her stay in a room in their No. 69 home in Corentyne, Berbice, Guyana.
The young man said that during the time when Vanessa stayed with his family, she was unemployed, and when she left in October, 2019, she told the family that the police will take care of her until she found somewhere to stay. They never heard back from her until they read the story of her death in the news.
The young man also said that Vanessa told his family that she did not have a mother or father.
To substantiate his story, the young man sent in a screenshot of a GECOM letter which had been mailed to his residence for Devika Narainedat. See screenshot below.