Tanzanian confesses to family trio murder

Kativa Diwanga PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Kativa Diwanga PIC: MORERI SEJAKGOMO

The Tanzanian suspected of killing a family of three, Thomas Gilala has admitted that he murdered the couple and their daughter, who were found dead in Tsholofelo location in Gaborone last month.  He, however, would not say who his accomplice in the gruesome murder is.

Prosecution’s Kedumetse Shamukani told the court this earlier today when addressing Broadhurst Chief Magistrate, Lenah Oahile-Mokibe at Kativa Diwanga’s mention, who is Gilala’s co-accused. 

Gilala and Diwanga are accused of killing Methuseli Nsoliwa, his wife Sibongile Marks and their daughter Melisa Marks in Gaborone on June 10, 2019. 

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