Bheki Cele Unveils Guns, Cars and Suspects in AKA’s Murder Investigation
Police Minister Bheki Cele provided a significant update on the murder investigation of South African rapper AKA and his friend Tibz during a recent briefing at Tshedimosetso House, Hatfield, Tshwane. The investigation, which has been ongoing for over seven months, is making headway.
Cracking the Case: Updates on AKA’s Murder Investigation
The tragic incident on February 10, when AKA and Tibz were fatally shot in Florida Road, was captured on CCTV. Minister Cele has repeatedly called for patience from fans and the public.
‘The cars have been found, people have been identified, and even the firearm used was found… We would request that police are given the space and themselves must resist the push that might end up breaking their case even before they achieve the proper investigation,” Cele was quoted as saying
Bheki Cele announces Key Progress in Tibz and AKA’s Murder Probe
Although no arrests have been made, recent developments include the identification of suspects, recovery of the vehicles involved, and the retrieval of the murder weapon.
Respecting the Process: AKA’s Murder Investigation
Minister Cele emphasized the need to allow the police to carry out a thorough investigation without external interference, ensuring a fair and just outcome.
The family and fans have been wondering how far the police have gone with the investigation when the police kept mum about it. After 7 months many have felt relief to have more information and hope that the killers will be caught after all.
Remembering AKA and Tibz: A Tribute
AKA was laid to rest in Westpark Cemetery, Randburg, on February 18, while Tibz’s memorial was held on February 16 at Sacred Heart College in Johannesburg, followed by a private funeral.