DPP refuses to drop case against Nthoiwa

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FRANCISTOWN: The Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) decided to go ahead with the high-profile robbery case of Wazha Nthoiwa earlier today.

Nthoiwa allegedly robbed Shepherd Jubane of P13,000 at gunpoint before escaping with Jubane’s Alteza in September 2016 in Francistown.

Before Nthoiwa appeared before Magistrate Game Mooketsi, there had been speculation Nthoiwa and Jubane had buried the hatchet and the latter had allegedly decided to drop charges against the former. However, things took a different twist when attorney Moffat Dick from the DPP told the court that the director of the DPP has refused their application for charges against Nthoiwa to be dropped.

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