Johannesburg – Nomia Ndlovu’s sister, Joyce, says she can’t forgive the suspected serial killer for trying to burn her and her children alive. She says that she gave her a call when she was still in prison and was having a very hard time talking to her sister, because of knowing that she wanted to have them killed - her along at a five children
The ex-police officer was filmed plotting to drug her sister and her children and then set their house alight, this was a very calculated move and considering the trouble she went to in order to have her family members killed. All this is seriously concerning, we know that with life insurance policies you have to make monthly payments and she didn't mind doing that in order to get money when one of her family members die.
All this to cash out insurance policies, it seems like rosemary wanted money above everything and since she lost her work it seems like she has taken up killing her family members as a job and she used to benefit millions from it, this is alleged to have happened because of her and she used to open life insurance policies for all her family members in order to benefit from their deaths.
Joyce says she won’t feel safe if Nomia is freed, she says that she cannot believe that she had plotted to murder her. On the day she was arrested the police took Rosemary to her and they asked her if she knew she knew the woman referring to Rosemary and she said that yes it is her sister, they said that she's lucky because that night she would have been dead since she had hired hitmen to execute her along with her five children.
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