Kelly Khumalo said in one of her most recent videos that she had written a letter to the police about the process in the murder case of her former boyfriend Bafana Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa.
Senzo died in 2014 after being shoot at Kelly’s family home in Vosloorus during an alleged house robbery in 2014. There have been no arrests made in the case, much to the dissatisfaction of South Africans.
In her controversy video, addressed to “Minister of Department of Daila Spolicia @minister_bheki_cele @humanri”
Kelly, since Senzo passed away has been targeted by many with some blaming her for the football star’s murder, with her becoming a “victim of the matter”. In her video posted last week, Kelly using her Russian accent asked for the police to do their job as she called for the matter to be put to rest.
“The matter of my daughter’s father needs to be put to an end. It has been six years. I have been a victim of this matter for many years and I am tired. I am going to speak. I am no longer afraid of speaking.
Well, it seems the police are not aware of any letter written by Kelly to them. In a statement to TshisaLIVE to acting police spokesperson Brig, Mathapelo Peters said that they were not aware of the said letter from Kelly.
“In relation to claims or allegations by Ms Khumalo on a video on social media about a letter written to the department of police, the ministry of police is not aware of such a letter but wishes to assure the nation that police are working around the clock to ensure that this case gets resolved.”
The Meyiwa family had lobbied the assistance of AfriForum to resolve the matter of the unsolved murder. In February, AfriForum demanded answers from the police and gave Police Minister Bheki Cele a month to conclude the investigation.
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