South Africans Seeks Justice for AKA
Written by Christopher Odiley on 9th Mar 2023
South African, International rap music sensation, Kiernan Forbes with stage name, AKA who passed on in Durban South Africa after been butally shot has sparked a barrage of questions as to what actually was the motive for his killing and fans of his in South Africa are finding it hard to let go.
If recent development is anything to go by, millions of fans of the rapper in South Africa, are hell-bent on finding the truth surrounding what appeared to be an assassination. This has led to the #JusticeforAKA movement. The #JusticeforAKA has been trending almost every day on twitter with tweeps insinuating and guessing and analyzing various video footages and photo clips of the shooting circulating all over the internet.
While many have reservations and guarding their thoughts and doubts carefully, others have started blaming law Enforcment agencies for their inability to have made any arrest regarding the killing of their hero about a month ago.
According to Times Live, thousands of people has appended their signature to the petition urging the South African Police to do their job of bringing the killers to book urgently without further delay. The news publisher also published an update on the investigation by the South African Police Boss, Mr. Bheki Cele who reveals in an interview that:
We acknowledge that it’s not with the speed that the community and nation would have loved to see us reacting, but mark this space. We are cracking the case
Even as many South Africans are beginning to cast doubt on the workings of the police, others are expressing fears and worries about the general state of security of citizens in the country.
Whether the killers of the rapper, AKA will be found in no distant time, is the question South Africans are new eager to find the most honest answer from the law enforcement agency.
By and large, both fans, well-wishers and the entire family of Kiernan “AKA” Forbes are expecting nothing but Justice for their beloved, son, brother, father and South African icon.
Share your toughts in the comment section below and most importantly this article link to all your social handles. Join the movement #JusticeforAKA.