Sebina denies knowing deceased

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Victor Sebina, the remaining accused in the highly publicised murder case involving South African nationals Thabo Setimela and Aubrey Nkuna, has denied knowledge of the deceased, Lesley Manga Ntshwane. After the court acquitted the South Africans last June, it ruled that Sebina had a case to answer.

However he told the court yesterday that he does not know how the deceased’s body landed in his warehouse. He said on the day the deceased was discovered, he was travelling with Stimela and Nkuna from Malotwane to use an ATM in Mochudi, where the police intercepted them. He said they were then taken to Mochudi Police Station where they were questioned and interrogated separately about an alleged abduction and were later taken to Malotwane where the search began.

“The police searched the whole yard including the main house, cars, the workers’ houses and at their final search in the warehouse they found a dead body, I did not know who he was and to this day I still do not know his identity”, he said.

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