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Shoot-out unveils SA-based rapper’s alleged links to Nigerian gang

A gangland-style execution in Kempton Park has been linked to criminal organisation Black Axe

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An execution in broad daylight has lifted the lid on the alleged nefarious enterprise of a SA-based Nigerian rapper with apparent links to criminal organisation Black Axe.

The killing at a petrol station on Central Avenue, in the Kempton Park area, on Monday last week led to a police chase and a deadly shoot-out on the R24 near the Gillooly’s interchange. Two Nigerian nationals were left dead and three were arrested, including Nicholas Ogbeifun, a rapper and alleged member of the Neo Black Movement of Africa, an alleged front for Black Axe.

According to Grace Langa, spokesperson for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (Ipid), Ogbeifun, John Ohami and Jeda Quadri appeared in the Kempton Park magistrate’s court on Wednesday in connection with the murder of a Nigerian man in Kempton Park on Monday...

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