Sangoma Confesses To Giving Muthi And Cleansing Senzo Meyiwa’s Killers

Kelly Khumalo Dragged Into Senzo Meyiwa's Death
Kelly Khumalo Dragged Into Senzo Meyiwa's Death

Sangoma Confesses To Giving Muthi And Cleansing Senzo Meyiwa’s Killers

A KwaZulu-Natal sangoma who confessed of giving former Bafana Bafana captain Senzo Meyiwa’s alleged killers some muthi, before and after the murder said he now fears for his life. The Sangoma said he was interrogated by police earlier this year and told them what he knew.

According to City Press, back in 2014, three men came to the sangoma’s house and asked for muthi after they told him they were feuding with a business rival.

The sangoma, 69, was paid R50 000 for his services and he gave them Intelezi to use for bathing rituals. He said after a few days, they came back to him told him they wanted to be cleansed as they had killed someone.

He says he only realised that the men murdered Senzo Meyiwa after he recently found one of the men who had consulted with him in 2014, at the police station when he was taken in for questioning.

Intelezo is used to protect warriors in battle and is believed to protect people from gunshots.

Recently, 5 suspects were arrested in connection to Senzo Meyiwa’s murder, among them, a mine worker confessing that he is the one who pulled the trigger.

The suspect is reported to have said that it was not a robbery gone wrong, but it was a hit and that Senzo Meyiwa owed someone money and that person ordered the hit.

However, his family rubbished that theory, with his brother saying.

“I can tell you now that this is another diversion from the real killers of my brother. And as the family, no one has come to us with these revelations and these people called hitmen are faceless.

“Senzo belonged to the nation. We only produced him and handed over to the nation. So, I’m pretty sure we are not the only ones who are feeling the pain of not seeing justice being served,”

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