AKA-Image Source(Instagram)SAPS Provide Update About Rapper's 'Unsloved' Murder Case[Image Source(Instagram]

#Justice For AKA| SAPS Provide Update About Rapper’s ‘Unsolved’ Murder Case

The South African Police Service (SAPS) gave details about the investigation into the death of AKA at a press conference.

The police held the briefing just a month after the famous South African rapper was tragically killed in Durban by a gunshot.

Rapper AKA and celebrity chef Tebello “Tibz” Motsoane were shot and killed outside Wish Restaurant in Morningside, Durban.

SAPS AKA Murder Case
SAPS AKA Murder Case [Image Credit: AKA/Instagram]
The police in the KwaZulu-Natal province gave an update on the progress of their investigation into unsolved murder cases, including the issue of AKA. The police commissioner, Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi, shared this development with the South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC).

He said that the police are on the verge of being done with their investigation and that people in the neighbourhood have been very helpful in giving information that has been useful for the police.

“KwaZulu-Natal police commissioner Nhlanhla Mkhwanazi says investigation into the murder of rapper Kiernan Forbes, known as AKA are yielding positive results. AKA was shot dead outside a popular night spot on Durban’s Florida Road a month ago.

“We want to encourage communities to come on board and share information. The investigation of Mr. Forbes, who was murdered last month; the majority of the work we did thus far it is because of the help from the community. The different cameras in that vicinity are not installed by the state, but it is those cameras that are helping us to analyse and identify some of those people who might have been involved, and it helps us to make linkages,” he says.

A few weeks ago, Police Minister Bheki Cele told the press that the police were collecting data from people’s cell phones to help with their investigations.

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