Why The Rush, Prosecutions Asks David

The late Michael Montshiwa
The late Michael Montshiwa

Prosecution in a murder case of former Fairgrounds chief executive officer (CEO) Michael Montshiwa pleaded with the accused, Modise David and his attorney for patience as investigations into the matter are still ongoing.

This followed a complaint by David, through his attorney Kgosietsile Ngakaagae, who accused prosecution of deliberately dragging the case something, which to him shows that they do not have evidence to prosecute his client.

Appearing before Village Magistrate, Ike Raphel State prosecutors Ernest Mosate and Moitaly Dikgokgwane pleaded with David to be patient as investigations of a murder requires a bit of time.

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