The hitman, who appeared before the Durban High Court on Monday, said he killed the police officer because his wife sent him. He kills him with a gun and drives a car in a police uniform to kill him. Mandrenkosi “Muzo” Ntombella, 27, from Kwamapumuro, collects a 20-year prison sentence for the murder of former e-Tekwini City Police Officer Capt. Thomas Zwalake Ntombella by the VIP Protection Division. I said this for He said in court that he regretted his actions without knowing that he was murdering his relatives.
He then helped a woman and three other suspects (including his friend), who have not yet been arrested, to formulate a murder plot in court. The mastermind of this conspiracy turns out to be a newly serving prisoner. The deceased was shot dead by Mandrenkosi at his home in southern Umlazi on May 3 this year. He was shot in the head and died in hospital. Two months after the incident, a police investigation led to the arrest of Mandrenkosi, who quickly confessed to the crime.
The late Mandrenkosi’s family was shocked to reveal that he had been sent by his bride and two men, one of whom was in prison. Prosecutor Krishen Shah read Mr. Mandrenki’s letter and explained how he murdered the deceased. Mandrenkosi’s convicted Judge Kate Pillay first called the deceased’s brother, Nkoshinati Ntombella, before the verdict was read out and asked about the sentence that would be imposed on him if Mandrenkosi pleaded guilty.
They confirmed that they had been informed and had been together ever since police cooperated with the arrest. and confirmed this. Mandrenkosi looked further down as prosecutors read out documents containing bribes. Mandrenkosi said that before taking the job, he received a call from a prisoner he had known before, telling him that Umrazi had a car to pick him up because we were his family. He said he was told to go with a friend of his, who is also a suspect in the case.
He said they went to a shopping mall in the Umrazi megacity to pick up the Suzuki car. When we got there, a woman who was traveling in a Mercedes Benz appeared, her friend got out of the car and got in, and she talked for a long time. Time spent with the widow of the deceased. He then got the keys to the Suzuki and they took him back to Kwama Pumuro, parked him at a friend’s house, and told him to take out the tracking device. days later, I got a call from a prisoner telling me to get in a car (Suzuki) and go to Muraj because there was an assassination job. He said the gun was given to him by a friend of his and that he drove to Umrazi on the way. He said he kept getting calls from prisoners saying: