- The National Prosecuting Agency wants to talk to all the witnesses in the Senzo Meyiwa murder case
- This comes after suspicions were raised over the statements made by those present in the house where the late soccer star was fatally shot
- The NPA feels that the witnesses lied about what happened
The unsolved murder case of the late soccer star and Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa remains a bitter pill for South Africans to swallow.
It has been 5 years and the family want answers and justice for their loss. The NPA has recently commented on the case and according to The Citizen, the agency feels that witnesses need to be interviewed and questioned again.
This comes after there have been suspicions that the people who were present at the time of the soccer star's death were all lying.
As reported on by City Press, a senior NPA executive said as much to the grieving family.
Briefly.co.za gathered that he reportedly said:
"...all the witnesses who were in the house at the time of the shooting lied … we suspect the shooting happened among the people who were inside the house."
It is not clear yet whether the suspicions are based on fact and the investigation is still ongoing.
The general belief is that Senzo's case won't likely be solved any time soon.
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