Three Members of Boko Haram Sentenced to 384 Years in South African Jail

Ndou Lukase Rembuluwani, Ndou Ben (both 29), and Khoza Ngobeni Small (28) have been sentenced to a total jail term of 384 years by the Limpopo Division of the High Court in Polokwane. 

According to reports, they were found guilty of crimes executed in the Seshego and Westenburg areas between September and October 2017.

The group was among the fugitives who haras#sed Polokwane community towns under the name “Boko Haram.” 

The charges against them include m#rder, attempted m#rder, possession of an unlicensed f#rearm and amm#nition, [email protected] with the intention to [email protected], th#ft, [email protected], malicious damage to property, and illegal immigration.

Credit: The Citizen

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