Article By: Keba Rasekhutla Bakwena Kgosi, Kgari Sechele III has urged members of the public to allow the police to carry out investigations without interference, in efforts to bring perpetrators to book.
When addressing a kgotla meeting in Molepolole yesterday following two recent murders, Kgari expressed concern that while justice must be sought out, there is interference from some members of the public especially on social media.
Kgosi Kgari also sent messages of condolences to the families of the brutally murdered Phenyo Jakoba and One Motlhabakgomo, both of Molepolole.
Meanwhile, Police are still searching for the missing organs of taxi driver Phenyo Jakoba, who was brutally murdered in Molepolole for ritual purposes.
Acting Police Commissioner Solomon Mantswe addressed residents of Molepolole at a kgotla meeting yesterday, urging them to come forward with any information that could help locate the missing body parts.
Mantswe also announced a reward for anyone who can provide information leading to the recovery of the missing organs.
In a separate development, Mantswe revealed that Arthur Chabale, the suspect in the murder of One Motlhabakgomo, has fled to neighboring South Africa.
Chabale is believed to have escaped to South Africa to avoid prosecution, as Botswana carries a death penalty for murder.
Motlhabakgomo's body was discovered earlier this week.
Her funeral is scheduled for this morning.
May her soul rest in peace.