A Bexon resident has revealed what seems to be the last encounter that fellow Bexon resident Windy Sylvester had with anyone before he went missing on Wednesday.
A decomposing body discovered in a drain along the Bexon Highway Friday afternoon is believed to be his.
The resident, whose identity was not revealed, spoke to media on Friday, detailing a final encounter with Sylvester.
The resident explained that at some point, the two of them went to the club “by Massy” and after they “had a good time” it was about midnight when Sylvester “dropped me home.”
“I walked home. He said he is going home because he has to work tomorrow but he never got home,” the resident said, adding that it is very difficult to see such a thing happen to “a close soldier, and he was really close.”
The resident added that one cannot help but feel partly responsible for Sylvester’s ill-fate, because “it was me he went and drop that night” but never made it home.
The body found on Friday was discovered face-down in a drain, near a motorcycle, around 4 p.m. in an area called ‘Around The Bend’.
Sources say Sylvester drives an identical motorcycle and police sources theorise that he was knocked off his motorcycle by another vehicle, which apparently did not stop.
Sylvester was a 37-year-old taxi driver.