There's video making rounds on the social media streets whereby alleged serial killer, Nomia Ndlovu, can be seen throwing a pack of snacks towards the police officials who were trying to put her in the van after her court case.
In your mind you'd think that Nomia would away regular snacks at those journalists and police officers but those aren't regular snacks at all, atleast by SA standards, those snacks costs a minimum of R20 at retail stores across the country.
Now considering that she's in jail and probably needs those snacks for dinner, you'd think she would save them for eating later, but not Nomia, she threw them like they were nothing just to get her point across.
It's not looking good for Nomia at all, new evidence has emerged that she had also planned on killing the station manager at Tembisa police station where she was working.
So the judge has added some charges of ocherstrating murder on a state official. Combining this new charge plus the ones she already has, it looks like Nomia won't win the case.
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