The Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation says that it will pronounce itself on the recent verdict on the case involving the deaths of the Nchindo brothers and their cousin, who were shot and killed by the Botswana Defence Force on 05 November 2020, in due course. This, the Namibia press agency reports, after the verdict on the Inquest into the killing ruled in favour of BDF, absolving them from gross negligence and liability for criminal litigation. According to court documents and other media reports, Kasane regional magistrate, Taboka Mopipi, maintained that, contrary to sentiments the seven members of BDF were heavy-handed, evidence shows that they always acted within the confines of the law.
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