Brawl in CBD ‘nothing to do with Nashua’

2014-09-16 00:00

NASHUA PMB says the brawl which took place on its premises last week had nothing to do with the business or Nashua itself.

Managing director Sudhashan Naidoo said the incident, which had not affected Nashua in any way, resulted from a private disagreement between Nashua employee Sanjeev Maharaj and Lesley Gounden of Midlands Communications.

“There was an altercation around a personal issue, but it had nothing to do with our business or Nashua itself. There was a tussle in which our staff were involved and shots were fired into the ground to disperse the crowd, but no one was hurt,” he said.

Naidoo said Nashua PMB has no dealings with Midlands Communications and does not view them as a rival.

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