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‘I’m too old to run’, says former top cop and fraud accused Mmamonnye Ngobeni

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“I am too old to run. I’m married with children and at home in Durban.”

These were the words of KwaZulu-Natal former top cop Lieutenant General Mmamonnye Ngobeni, who was said to be on the run for allegedly defrauding the police.

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