04 April 2013
The IFP has welcomed the sentencing of the
killers of COPE MP, Reverend Jack Tolo, but is concerned that
his killers should serve a minimum of 20 years before they are
given any chance of parole.
IFP Spokesperson on Police, Mr Velaphi Ndlovu,
MP, said, "We want to congratulate the investigators for their
hard work and witnesses for the efforts they have made in
assisting the police in the apprehension and prosecution of
these killers. We hope this sends a strong message to would be
The IFP believes that the justice system has
shown how effectively it can function in this case.
"People like these do not deserve to be part
of our society and we can only hope that justice will be handed
down as swiftly in all other cases as well," concluded Ndlovu.
Issue by IFP Spokesperson on Police
Mr VB Ndlovu MP; 083 625 0803
IFP Parliamentary Caucus' Media Liaison Officer
Mr Phendulani Biyase, on
073 024 5675