“Find Hillary Gardee’s killers before we find them” – Julius Malema

MBOMBELA – Economic Freedom Fighters President, Julius Malema has called on police to act swiftly in finding Hillary Gardee’s killers.

He spoke during his visit to the party’s former secretary general’s home, Godrich Gardee, whose daughter they abducted last Friday and later found dead. Malema sternly warned that the perpetrators be found before they do. He appealed to the police minister, Bheki Cele, to ensure they find the suspects.

READ | Gardee family devastated by daughter’s death

“We will not give Bheki Cele any guarantee of what will happen if we find the killers first. We are going to make use of all available resources to find these criminals. The info we have at the moment suggests that there is no need to be searching for them over the borders, but locally,” said Malema.

READ MORE | Godrich Gardee’s daughter reported missing

He further mentioned the progress of work by the intelligence team deployed on the ground. He stated that investigations are drawing closer to finding the people responsible for the crime.

Meanwhile, investigations continue after the minister instituted a 72 hour activation to locate the perpetrators.




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