4 years after his son's murder Sam Meyiwa begs President Ramaphosa for answers

4 years after his son's murder Sam Meyiwa begs President Ramaphosa for answers

- Senzo Meyiwa, former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper was murdered in 2014 but his killer was not found

- Senzo's father reached out to President Ramaphosa in a desperate attempt to get help finding his son's killer

- The president did not make promises but told the heartbroken father to not give up hope

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Sam Meyiwa's son, former Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa, was murdered in 2014, but his killer has not been brought to justice yet.

During an interview with President Ramaphosa by eNCA the desperate father asked for help.

Sam pleaded with the South African president to help him find the person who took his son from him.

The heartbroken dad lives in KwaZulu-Natal and turned to President Ramaphosa because so far, the police haven't been able to find his son's killer.

Sam told the president that his heart is sore and he cries every day.

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President Ramaphosa expressed his sympathy for Sam and added that it really has been too long that the killer has been on free foot.

The president added that the Minister of Police is actually focusing on the case. Although he did not make any promises, the president told Sam not to lose hope.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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