South African court sentences ‘Boko Haram’ gang to 384 years in jail


Three members of a gang known as “Boko Haram” have been imprisoned in South Africa.

Boko Haram, a terrorist organisation in Nigeria, has killed thousands and displaced millions.

The defendants are Ndou Lukase Rembuluwani, Ndou Ben (both 29), and Khoza Ngobeni Small (28).

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The Limpopo Division of the High Court in Polokwane sentenced them to a total of 384 years in prison.

They were found guilty of crimes committed between September and October 2017 in the Seshego and Westenburg areas.

The charges included murder, attempted murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, and housebreaking with the intent to rob.

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The Citizen reported that other charges included theft, robbery, and malicious property damage.

The trio was also convicted of violating immigration laws by being in South Africa illegally.

The gang was among the criminals who called themselves “Boko Haram” and terrorised communities in the Polokwane municipality.

On October 9, 2017, they attacked teachers at their Westenburg residential house and stole laptop computers, television sets, and phones.

Nine days later, muggers robbed Magezi Football Club players of their phones, soccer equipment, shoes, and clothing.

Rembuluwan, Ben, and Ngobeni were arrested a few days later during an operation in Seshego.

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