the wife and two of the three daughters of the deceased
Fifty-Seven Year old Marsha Adiana was killed on the spot last week Wednesday, May 20, 2020 when a speeding car careened into his path and struck him from his pedal cycle in the process.
Yesterday the errant driver Nigel Kaidnauth, appeared in the Springlands Magistrate’s Court before Senior Magistrate Alex Moore who read a causing death by dangerous driving charge to him before placing him on $150,000 bail until his next court appearance on July 16 of this year.
Mary Williams the wife of the deceased told this publication that on the day of the incident, her husband was on his way to drop something for the youngest of his three daughters when he was hit along the Princetown Public Road, Corentyne Berbice. The woman said that the man and that particular daughter shared a special and unbreakable bond.
Adiana was living separately from his wife and children because of the job he did and the fact that he needed to be closer to his worksite. Adiana worked as a boat repairman, security guard, and mason.
“Due to his work he built a small shack vert close to the seawall where he was living since it was easier for him to perform his duties. I did not want my three girls growing up there because it was very lonely and dangerous. I need justice for my husband because what we have lost, we can never get back” She told BIG Smith News Watch.
His eldest daughter also spoke with this publication on the death of her father. She said that drivers need to understand and observe the speed limits for the areas they are operating in less they continue to take the lives of other road users and themselves and family are left with emotional pain and breakdowns.
“I would like for the person that hit my father down to be jailed; my father was full of life and had many plans for the future, he recently started his own kitchen garden apart from his main job. So for all of this to go down the drain so suddenly is very sad and I hope justice prevails.” Rubena Adiana the eldest daughter noted.
The woman described her father as a dedicated, hardworking, kind-hearted, and loving individual. She recalled only speaking to him hours before his demise as he would always check on his children to see how they are doing.