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The Ndimande Brothers Oppose Extradition In AKA Murder Case

This unexpected move by the Ndimande brothers has caused a delay in the case, leading to speculation about their guilt among social media users.

The Ndimande brothers, who are suspects in the murder of South African rapper AKA and his former manager Tibz, have recently filed papers opposing their extradition to South Africa.

The brothers are accused of being part of a gang involved in AKA’s assassination, allegedly following him from the King Shaka International Airport to the Wish restaurant where he was shot and killed.

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This unexpected move by the Ndimande brothers has caused a delay in the case, leading to speculation about their guilt among social media users.

Siyabonga and Malusi Ndimande’s lawyers have reportedly filed papers to oppose their extradition, further complicating the proceedings.

The murder case involving AKA and his former manager Tibz seemed to be making progress, but the recent development by the Ndimande brothers has thrown a curveball into the proceedings. The nation has been eagerly awaiting the return of these two suspects to South Africa to face the full weight of the law.

According to information shared on the microblogging platform X by a user with the handle @zanewsflash, the lawyers representing the Ndimande brothers, who are currently detained in Eswatini, have filed a notice opposing their extradition to South Africa.

The post states, “The lawyers representing the Ndimande brothers detained in Eswatini and suspected of the murder of AKA and his friend Tebello ‘Tibz’ Motsoane have filed a notice to oppose the application for their extradition to South Africa. The matter has been postponed to May 14, 2024, for arguments to be heard by the court.”

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The news of the Ndimande brothers’ opposition to extradition has ignited a wave of speculation on social media. Many users believe that their reluctance to return to South Africa indicates their guilt.

One user with the handle @sparx_ltd questioned, “If they’re innocent, why would they file against coming back to South Africa?” Another user, @patrice_za, commented, “Why are they trying to run if they are innocent?”

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Yvonne Francis for SurgeZirc SA
Yvonne Francis for SurgeZirc SA
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