Limpopo -Boko Haram gang sent to jail for 28 years. This trio is sentenced to an effective 128 years imprisonment each.
Ndou Lukas Rambuluwani aged 29, Ndou Ben aged 29, and Khoza Small aged 28 are sentenced to an effective 128 years imprisonment each. This comes after they were convicted on a total of 25 cases committed in the Seshego and Westernburg Policing areas, committed during September and October 2017.
These criminals have been a nightmare to the people of Polokwane, more especially the Westernburg people. They have been crying about them for a while and these came as good news to them, they even wish the warden to throw away the keys.
Suspects were found in stolen property at Seshego. Police got the tip-off from one of the community members and they responded swiftly.
Police spokesperson Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said, "The three accused were arrested and sentenced for lasted two months".
However, community members feel that government could introduce the death penalty in our country.
"Free food, free TV, free education, almost everything is free in prison. These people killed people but they will live a good life in prison, they should be killed," said Seshego resident
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