By Jessica Mundawarara|
Irish police, the Gardai, have declined to state if the death of Michael Anesu Nhema was a suicide or suspicious, plunging the case into mystery.
The body of Nhema, a 33 year-old software engineer from Zimbabwe, was recovered from the sea off the Dublin coast on Sunday, a month after he disappeared.
However, the Gardai did not rule the death a suicide, state officially if it was suspicious nor give any other details.
They said in a brief statement, however, that no further action would be taken on the case, hinting that it was suicide.
The Gardai launched a furious search for Nhema, from Athy in Co Kildare, after he disappeared April 14. He was last seen at Branswood and his black Audi A4 was discovered in a car park on the beach three days later.
His body was recovered from the sea on Sunday afternoon in an operation involving a Dublin Coast Guard rescue helicopter, the Dun Leoghaire Coast Guard and a life boat. Nhema’s body was taken to Loughlinstown hospital for post mortem but the results were not made public.
According to his LinkedIn profile, Nhema was a software engineer at Advance Systems, while studying for a bachelor’s degree in information systems at Trinity College in Dublin.
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