Fleeing Suspects Escaped to Eswatini Four Months Prior to AKA and Tibz Murders, Confirm Family

A recent revelation from the family has shed light on the timeline leading up to the tragic murders of South African rapper AKA’s fiancée Anele “Nellie” Tembe and marketing executive Moses “Tibz” Nkosi.

The suspects involved in these high-profile homicides reportedly fled to Eswatini four months before the incidents occurred.

Escape Unveiled: Family Discloses Suspects’ Early Departure to Eswatini

The family of the suspects involved in the AKA and Tibz murders has disclosed a crucial detail in the timeline of events.

It has been revealed that the individuals fled to Eswatini, a neighboring country, four months prior to the devastating homicides that shocked the South African entertainment industry.

Preceding the Tragedy: Suspects’ Flight to Eswatini Confirmed by Family

Confirmation has been provided by the family regarding the suspects’ escape to Eswatini, a move that transpired four months before the violent deaths of AKA’s fiancée, Nellie Tembe, and marketing executive Tibz Nkosi.

The disclosed information adds a new layer to the investigation into these highly publicized and tragic incidents.

Four Months Earlier: Family’s Revelation Adds Complexity to AKA and Tibz Murder Cases

As investigations into the murders of AKA’s fiancée, Nellie Tembe, and marketing executive Tibz Nkosi continue, the family of the suspects has revealed a significant detail.

The suspects reportedly fled to Eswatini four months before the incidents occurred, introducing a temporal dimension that investigators may need to consider in unraveling the mysteries surrounding these high-profile cases.

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