A man who claims to have bought the house where Senzo died has spoken out about the ghost that reportedly terrorised Kelly and her family.
The house has an eerie silence about it and lots of tall grass surrounding it.
“There is no ghost here, everyone sleeps peacefully,” he claimed “Just because there is long grass in the yard doesn’t mean that there is a ghost.”
The new owner who reportedly got the house for a song, went on to extend an invitation to our reporters to spend the night there and verify for themselves, an invitation the scribes politely DECLINED!
But moles claimed that the new owner used strong muti to chase away Senzo’s ghost. ” I strongly suspect he used some strong muti to chase away the sipoki and exorcise the house? Otherwise where would he have gotten the guts to move into a house everyone in the neighbourhood knows is haunted?,” said a mole.
Another mole chirped in, ” I am sure they performed some rituals to appease the ghost. There are sangomas with way too powerful muti out there and issues like this are child play to them.
The house situated on Kutlwanong Street in Vosloorus, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng where Senzo Meyiwa, was shot dead, used to belong to Kelly Khumalo’s mother.
Kelly’s sister Zandi pleaded the fifth and refused to entertain reporters. “I have no comment, I’m going to hang up now,” she said and ended the call.
Reached for a comment about the new owner and if they had finally managed to ‘kick out’ the ghost, Kelly took the call but said that she was too tired to comment.
“There is lots of stuff out there, use that, write what you want I am tired,” she said.