3 Boko Haram Members Sentence To 384years In South African Prison
At the Limpopo Division of the High Court in Polokwane, three members of the South African vigilante group Boko Haram were given a severe sentence totaling 384 years in prison for a variety of crimes they committed between September and October 2017.
All three of the under-30-year-old defendants, Ndou Lukase Rembuluwani, Ndou Ben, and Khoza Ngobeni Small, were sentenced to prison on Tuesday after being found guilty in a total of 25 crimes that were committed in the Seshego and Westenburg areas.
Authorities claimed that during their two-month terror reign, locals were tortured.
By committing crimes like murder, attempted murder, possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition, house breaking with the intent to rob, robbery with aggravating circumstances, malicious damage to property, theft, and house robberies, they terrorized community members in Limpopo.
The three men were also found guilty of violating immigration laws by staying in South Africa without authorization.
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