Police have welcomed the conviction Fisokuhle Ntuli a notorious hitman who used to commit a lot of assassinations in the Northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal.
According to the saps news report, Fisokuhle Ntuli appeared at the Esikhaleni Regional Court yesterday 18 October 2021 and was convicted for the murders of Councillor Thami Goodwill Nyembe, Sphamandla Zungu, Phiwayinkosi Zulu, Mcebisi Zulu, Sibusiso Zulu, and Butiza Sandisa Mahlobo.
Ntuli was also convicted for the attempted murder of Nolwazi Nyembe, the wife of Thami Nyembe, Ntuli was on a reign of terror in the Northern parts of KwaZulu-Natal and was used in many political murders and taxi related assassinations, he is a person of interest in the case of Senzo Meyiwa and several other cases.
Ntuli was untouchable for a long time but luckily his reign of terror has come to an end this will send a strong message to other hitmen that they will be held accountable for their actions, police should also pursue bosses who employ these hitmen to go and commit these assassinations.
Hitmen are not the main problem but only part of the problem, they only do killings because they are being paid money to do so, if police take the bosses who have money and pay for assassinations the number of killings will drastically decrease.
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