Today (16/05/2020) on the morning news at MLFM radio station they have reported an arrest of seven security guards for having a hand or connection on the escape of 37 deportees from Lindela Repatriation Center, saying that this 37 deportees might have escaped when this security guards had deserted their posts which might have been a deal between the securities and the escaped deportees, however the security guards have denied this saying they left their posts because they were not being paid for overtime not that they had to aid the escape of those deportees. It is further said that the security guards allegedly tipped-off the deportees, who then scaled the walls.
Gauteng police spokesperson Kay Makhubele says the seven have been released on warning, but will appear in court on Tuesday. This was found on the below quote:“I can confirm that the security guards were on duty when the 37 deportees escaped from Lindela. A case of aiding to escape was registered and since then the police have been investing the matter and today in the early morning the suspects were brought to Krugersdorp police station by a lawyer. Seven of them were brought to the police station and they are released on warning and they will be appearing on Tuesday in Krugersdorp Magistrate’s Court.
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