State requests guilty verdict in Nomia Ndlovu murder trial

Johannesburg- Former Tembisa police officer Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu’s trial fate is at hand as the court adjourned today, having announced the date for a court ruling.

Ndlovu who has been attending trial as an accused for murder, arson and fraud will re-appear in court on 22 October 2021.

According to the evidence delivered by the state’s prosecutor, Riana Williams, Nomia lied from the onset.

“Why did she lie about her family members being a burden to her because they depended on her financially, meanwhile her mother made it known to the court that she is struggling? The evidence shows that Nomia registered her cousin as her spouse which shows dishonesty from her side,” said Williams.

“She knew exactly where that body was to be found, she knew exactly where that body was discovered and for that reason she was within 30 minutes on the scene. Only a person involved in that offence would have been there so quickly and exactly at the same spot, that is why she is fighting the evidence,” she added.

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