Konga case: Investigations hit brick wall

The case on the shooting of the former BDA chairman, late Fred Konga, is still in need of a breakthrough.

According to police, investigations have come to a standstill, as there haven’t been any new developments.

Police say the case shooting is a very difficult one as no witnesses have come forward to identify either suspects or the vehicle.

The case is still with Homicide and investigators are still looking at it to try to bring forward the investigations.

Described by police as an execution style shooting, the late Konga was driving along the Freeway towards Hohola on the morning of the 24th of August when he was shot.

Konga’s body was taken to his home province to be laid to rest at Romunga Village in Jiwaka Province on the 7th of September.



Annette Kora