(Source: Twitter.com - @Netvinc_Bahasis)
A lot of people are still devastated with the way Namhla "Hlehle" Mtwa was murdered. As it was reported that she got shot nine times in her driveway at Sidwadwa, Umtata. It's alleged that his boyfriend Major Buthelezi might have something to do with the OR Tambo District employee's death. As the investigation is still happening, the Minister of Police Bheki Cele stated that they're still dealing with an unknown suspect. Hence, they cannot be influenced by social media posts under the hashtag justice for Hlehle or Namhla. "We are not driven by social media. We are not driven by stories. We are driven by facts which [we] are really trying to get. You might find out at the end that many people were involved," the minister said.
Now, it was reported that King Buyelekhaya Zwelinbanzi Dalindyebo has recently stated that if Hlehle's suspect isn't arrested in approximately three days, then they will decide to help the work of the police officers better. It's alleged that he stated that he will head to Major's home with a group of people to burn everything that he owns. "King Dalindyebo has given police 3 days to arrest Major or for him to hand himself over, or else all his business outlets & houses will be up in flames. Samthandi," said @_ilovesino on Twitter.
Social media has been a buzz ever since the Abathembu King decided to share his thoughts on this murder case. As it has been trending on social media, and people want to see justice for Namhla and they don't want any more stories. They hope and believe that King Dalindyebo won't let them down as they're willing to put their bodies on the line for this murder case.
@Makajunior said, "Besides, the man got oit on R50k bail. Who is he to summon him to go to the police...again nogal🤦🏾♀️🙌😰."
@BolediTxa said, "Lest we forget Dalintyebo got a big German machine from EFF particularly for this reason no wonder Zuma locked him up."
@Qhawe_lam said, "3 days is a lot 🤧."
@Netvinc_Bahasis said, "Then watch our SAPS arrests the king for inciting violence while the actual perpetrator is roaming the streets. We must protect the king this time around."
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