MBABANE: King Mswati’s secret ritual killers’ syndicate that travels around the country harvesting human body parts has been exposed.
This is contained in a highly sensitive electronic evidence in possession of this Swaziland News Investigation Unit that further exposes how the syndicate kills and subsequently destroys evidence after collecting their body parts.
The evidence highlights an incident of a woman who was murdered by plain-clothed security officers at or near Maguga Dam about two months ago.
It has been disclosed that after collecting the body parts, the remains of dead woman were then sliced, a piece was thrown into the dam while other pieces were dumped separately in a forest surrounding the river but not far from the dam.
The names of individuals within the royal family who collect the body parts on behalf of the King once the security officers complete the killings appeared in the electronic evidence, however, their identities cannot be revealed for now, pending further investigations.
The electronic evidence obtained by this publication’s Investigation Unit further exposes that the purpose of the slicing of the dead body and the subsequent dumping of its parts separately was meant to make it difficult to identify the person by connecting the body parts.
On or around September 2020, Lucky ‘Obama’ Matsenjwa, a police officer told this publication in an interview that police would sometimes kill people, throw their dead bodies into the river to be feasted on by crocodiles.
“People have their relatives missing, it should be known that some of those people are killed and thrown into the Dams to be feasted on by crocodiles”, he said.
But close analysis of the evidence in our possession suggests that the woman who was killed recently at Maguga was allegedly lured by the security officers who were traveling in a Quantum, she was offered a lift before being murdered. The evidence that contains other royal secrets will be released in due course to members of the public after an assessment regarding the safety and security of our sources who provided such critical information.
Reached for comments, Sibongile Mazibuko, the President of the Ngwane National Liberatory Congress(NNLC) said it was clear that royalty was involved in the ritual murders as the killers were not arrested despite that a large number of Swazis went missing.
“It is clear that royalty is involved in these killings, we thank the Swaziland News, we would have not known even about the killings that happened at Mashibhini,” she said.
A questionnaire was sent by this publication directly to King Mswati via his cellphone number, however, he had not responded at the time of compiling this report.
This was after his Spokesperson Sabelo Dlamini declined on numerous attempts to respond to questions from this publication.
On or around 03 August 2021 this Swaziland News published an investigative story suggesting that on July 2021 at around 1815hours, about eight(8) soldiers and six(6) police officers from Lobamba Police Station were deployed at Mashibhini to brutally kill the citizens as part of a ritual operation to urgently collect human blood that was to be mixed with muti known as ‘Mahlabasihlangane’.
Reached for comments, George Ndzimandze, a police officer under the Criminal Investigation Department(CID) who was allegedly leading the operation denied being part of the officers who shot citizens at Mashibhini.
“I was not there Nkhosi at the time of the shooting, but I was assigned to do other duties as part of harvesting emabele, I was not part of those officers. Even now as we speak, I’m not at work”,he said.
Worth-noting is that Ludzidzini Governor Lusendvo Fakudze who was contacted earlier, confirmed knowledge of the shooting at Mashibhini but said he thought the law enforcers would handle the matter in accordance with the law.
“Cha ngayiva leyo, asati kutsi benta njani laba bemtsetfo. Nami ngayiva nje kutsi kwenteke intfo lekanje, ngatsatsa-ke kutsi kusetandleni temtsetfo loku(meaning: I am aware of the matter but im not sure how the law enforcement handled it)” ,said the Ludzidzini Governor.
Questions were sent to Superintendent Phindile Vilakati, however, she had not responded at the time of compiling this report.
Reached for comments, Elliot Mkhatjwa, the Chairman of the Swaziland Democratic Party(SWADEPA) said Swazis must take serious action against the killing of civilians.
“Even those who are quiet thinking they are not involving themselves in politics, they risk being killed for ritual purposes. It is now clear that people are being killed anyhow in this country and we must stop this urgently”,said the SWADEPA Chairman.