VIDEO: CCTV footage played in court showed Visa Oshwal swimming instructor, Geoffrey Opalla, stood while watching as he was did nothing to save drowning boy, Abdikarim Ali KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, February 24, 2024

VIDEO: CCTV footage played in court showed Visa Oshwal swimming instructor, Geoffrey Opalla, stood while watching as he was did nothing to save drowning boy, Abdikarim Ali

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that CCTV footage played in court showed Visa Oshwal swimming instructor, Geoffrey Opalla, stood while watching as he was did nothing to save drowning boy, Abdikarim Ali. 



Information reads: "CCTV footage was produced showing Geoffrey Opalla, a swimming instructor at Visa Oshwal watching the 11 year old boy drowning and he did nothing, just stood there and watched."

Geoffrey Juma Opala was then arrested on February 22 over suspicion of having committed an offence of neglect of official duty.

He is believed to have neglected his official duty as a swimming pool attendant at Visa Oshwal Primary School where the body of a grade 2 pupil was found dead in the swimming pool.

The said offence was committed on February 20 at about 1530hrs while Juma was on duty at the said school's swimming pool.

Opala, after being pressed by the family of the deceased pupil to disclose the whereabouts of the minor, denied having seen him.

According to Ms Wafula, Opala later told the family that he had searched the swimming pool and recovered the body in the absence of the family and the school's staff.

Ms Wafula says preliminary investigations by the DCI revealed that the minor died of drowning which is yet to be established whether it was caused by somebody or accidentally.

She said Opala has been interrogated but declined to disclose where he lives hence it will be very difficult to trace him in case investigations lead to his prosecution.

The detective said if released, Opala is likely to interfere with witnesses yet to be traced and some of them include his workmates.

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