Former constable Nomia Rosemary Ndlovu who stands accused of murdering her family members for insurance payouts has pleaded not guilty to the allegations regardless of overwhelming evidence against her.
In a viral video which was taken by an undercover cop, Ndlovu drove the undercover cop from Johannesburg to Bushbuckridge, and along the way, bought 2litre petrol at a gas station and then instructed the undercover cop to use petrol to burn her sister and children in their home at Bushbuckridge.
This was her last attempt to murder family members for insurance payouts which began in 2018 where many members of her family, including her live-in boyfriend, were murdered in cold blood after she allegedly ordered hits on them.
As she is appearing in court today, Ndlovu entered the dock but instead of trying to hide her face, she started flirting with journalists and started posing for pictures, with no sign of remorse or guilt. She even asked them if she should turn around for a better view.
When Linda Mnisi, a journalist, asked her if she is okay, she replied that she is, that she even made sure that she took care of her appearance and even applied make-up, and told the journalist that she knew he was going to be present in court hence she wanted to look beautiful.
This has left many people shocked. According to the public’s opinion, Ndlovu might be trying to use mental illness to avoid jail time. Others are wondering if the psychological evaluation was conducted because she continues behaving like someone who did not order hits on her family.
Could it be that Ndlovu is only putting a brave face for the public but deep down, she is regretting what she has done? She knows that the state has a strong case against her and she knows that she will be jailed for a long time.
Ndlovu is only putting on a show for that psychological evaluation. How can an alleged killer model and take pictures in a courtroom without any shame?
This is like spitting in the face of the victims, knowing that as a prisoner, the law is on her side since she has rights. It is sickening that she violated other people’s right to life yet she is being protected by the justice system.