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Former chief of Police Crime Intelligence Richard Mdluli released on Parole.


Lieutenant General Richard Naggie Mdluli, the former chief of Police Crime Intelligence in South Africa from 2009 to 2012, has been granted parole. The country's Correctional Services Department CSD acknowledged his release.

After being found guilty of kidnapping and abusing his former lover's spouse, Mdluli was arrested and fired from the South African Police Service SAPS. He was accused in court and sentenced to five years in jail on September 29, 2020.

Some South Africans have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;

@BbwMaturity tweeted,

"SA is a land of possibilities."

@MoloiZodwa tweeted,

"Next it will be Ace and Zuma."

@Thabelo_Ngwenya tweeted,

"Wow, We have reached a point of no return."


"He has been neutralized."

@Tsentsho1 tweeted,

"I repeat, the first thing we must do after removing ANC is to disband the parole board."

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