#JusticeForAKA Fans Hold AKA’s Megacy Rally
#JusticeForAKA Fans Hold AKA’s Megacy Rally: AKA’s Megacy Rallies #JusticeForAKA Three Months After Assassination. There is a massive rage in the AKA’s Megacy camp after the rap superstar was shot and killed in Durban on February 10th, ie three months ago.
Following the tragic killings of AKA and his friend Tibz, the police initiated an investigation to apprehend those responsible for the orchestrated attack. Despite the extensive investigations conducted several months ago, no significant arrests have been made. The Megacy (AKA’s fanbase) and the wider South African community await justice, but the police authorities haven’t said anything yet.
On Twitter, AKA’s dedicated fanbase continues to rally behind the hashtag #JusticeForAKA, marking three (3) months since the beloved rapper was tragically killed. One tweet from a member of the Megacy expressed frustration: “Justice delayed is justice denied”. Three (3) months have passed since AKA and Tibz were murdered, yet there have been no arrests or updates from the police. Why hasn’t there been a public call for information that could aid the investigation?”
The lack of progress and information surrounding the case has amplified concerns and raised questions about the handling of the investigation. The public is eager for transparency and accountability, urging the authorities to prioritize the pursuit of justice.
As the days go by without significant developments, the cry for justice grows louder. AKA’s fans and the South African community as a whole remain vigilant, hoping for a breakthrough in the case and the eventual apprehension of those responsible for the untimely loss of a talented artist and his companion.
3 months later still no identikit/s out ? Are the police still downloading information from the phones they confiscated? Are the 10 February reels of CCTV from Florida road so long that the police require a whole year to go through them? #JusticeForAKA&Tibz pic.twitter.com/DuDESnrmc6
— BHOVARESS (@RubuThulisa) May 10, 2023
@SAPoliceService @MYANC 😭 y’all really failing one of the greatest artist to ever come out of SA 💔#JusticeForAka https://t.co/ylSedOG51l
— T💉 M💉 B💉 (@amaze_oath) May 10, 2023
It’s 3 months without any clarity regarding your death, the SAPS are failing the family and Fans at large. #justiceforAKA pic.twitter.com/8c0GZxpcHo
— HOVA (@Hov_Hefner) May 10, 2023
Amid growing impatience in the country, Minister of Police Bheki Cele sought to reassure the public, stating that the police force is actively working on cracking the case. While unable to provide a detailed blow-by-blow account of the progress, he acknowledged that significant headway has been made. The police have collected numerous cell phones, conducting downloads and analysis to piece together the puzzle.
In fact, as of Monday, March 6, 2023, they had received the latest update regarding their efforts. Minister of Police Cele acknowledged the frustration over the perceived slow pace but assured everyone that they are dedicated to resolving the case.
He emphasized the importance of marking the space, indicating that progress is being made. Though it may not align with the desired speed from the community and the nation, Cele conveyed confidence in their ability to crack the case. As the investigation continues, the public eagerly awaits further updates and remains hopeful for a resolution that brings justice and closure.
#YNews: Police Minister, Bheki Cele says several cellphones linked to the murder of rapper Kieran “AKA” Forbes have been retrieved. He says, while police investigations are still underway, some progress has been made.#RIPakaworldwide #MassCountry pic.twitter.com/y7hlZyNVt2
— Y (@Yfm) March 7, 2023
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