Potential Detainment of Longwe? Rejoinder from Chicco Twala

Potential Detainment of Longwe? Rejoinder from Chicco Twala

The father of Longwe Twala, Sello ‘Chicco’ Twala, has responded to claims that his son is wanted by the police.

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Veteran producer and musician Sello “Chicco” Twala has responded to claims that his son, Longwe Twala, is wanted by the police.

According to Sunday World, Longwe is implicated with Kelly Khumalo in Senzo Meyiwa’s 2014 murder.

CHICCO TWALA RUBBISHES CLAIMS LONGWE IS WANTED BY THE POLICE

The publication reports that Longwe and Kelly are implicated on charges of common purpose, conspiracy to commit murder and the murder of Meyiwa.

This is reportedly linked to an affidavit by one of Meyiwa’s friends, alleging that Meyiwa and Zandie were dating behind Kelly and Longwe’s backs.

The friend revealed that the deceased confessed to sleeping with his girlfriend’s sister. Meyiwa also allegedly revealed that his relationship with Longwe was shaky because he had suspicions of the “affair”.

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However, Longwe’s father denied that there is a warrant of arrest for his son. Chicco said that police would have informed him had they been looking for Longwe because they know where he is.

On Wednesday, 24 January, it was revealed that Kelly is implicated as the mastermind in Meyiwa’s murder. This is contained in a statement by lead investigator Brigadier Bongani Gininda.

According to Gininda, accused number one and two (Muzikawukhulelwa Sibiya and Bongani Ntanzi) confessed that Kelly gave them instructions to kill the former Orlando Pirates goalkeeper.

“It was further discovered that, through cellphone analysis, her cellphone memory album has the same photo of a see-through bag containing cash notes and in the exact position or location or spot as that of accused number three.”

Sunday World reports that the same photo was also found in Longwe’s phone.

The publication further reports that, according to police inquiry, Longwe and Kelly made several calls to each other before the incident.

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