Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Two Mozambicans arrested in Swaziland

clubofmozambiqueA teenage boy and two Mozambican men have been arrested by the police in connection with the murder of Prince Ncabeni, who was also known as Makoya.The prince, who ran a pirate taxi business in Mbabane, was allegedly murdered by people who hired his taxi on Monday night.
His body was found lying next to the road at Nhlambeni, three hours after he had been hired by unknown people in Mbabane.In the afternoon, yesterday, Manzini police made a major breakthrough and arrested and charged three suspects in connection with the murder of the prince. The arrest of the trio was confirmed by the Police Information and Communications Officer, Assistant Superintendent Khulani Mamba. “Three men were arrested and charged in connection with the murder of the prince.""They are a 19-year-old man of Nyembane (Inhambane?)in Mozambique, another 20-year-old man of Mozambique and a 20-year-old man of Mhlaleni. They were found in possession of a 9mm Parabellum loaded with six live rounds of ammunition without a licence or permit while at KaShali. The suspects will appear at the Manzini Magistrate’s Court today,” said Mamba.Mamba said so far, the suspects have been charged for being found in possession of the 9mm Parabellum.He said the trio are yet to make a confession today upon which the charge sheet would be amended to murder.Mamba said the car, a blue Honda Fit which was used by the prince, was recovered and that it was currently in custody of the police. Prince Ncabeni was the son of the late Prince Phiwokwakhe, brother of King Mswati, and he was running his business from The Mall parking lot in Mbabane.When the body of the prince was found, the police said he was hacked in the head, as he had a gashing wound.It is speculated that the prince and the person who hired him might have been joined by others in the taxi along the way.It is suspected that the prince never knew the customer who hired him on the day and he just engaged his service randomly.

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