Police are ignorant of the letter songstress Kelly Khumalo claims she kept in touch with them.

Police are ignorant of the letter songstress Kelly Khumalo claims she kept in touch with them.

Police are unconscious of the letter songstress Kelly Khumalo claims she kept in touch with them.

Picture: Instagram/Kelly Khumalo

Police have reacted to songstress Kelly Khumalo’s cases that she sent them a letter with respect to the passing of her previous sweetheart and Bafana goalkeeper Senzo Meyiwa.

Senzo was gunned down at Kelly’s family home in Vosloorus during a supposed house burglary in 2014. There have been no captures put forth in the defense to date.

In a real to life video presented on her Instagram page throughout the end of the week, Kelly talked about the cost the examination concerning Senzo’s homicide had taken on her. She additionally professed to have composed a letter to the police about the issue however purportedly had not gotten any reaction.

“Somebody in control isn’t busy. I have composed a letter to the police. Nobody has even tried to answer me or state ‘Kelly we are taking care of this’.”

In an announcement gave to TshisaLIVE on Tuesday, acting police representative Brig Mathapelo Subsides said they didn’t know about any letter being sent by Kelly to police.

“Corresponding to cases or claims by Ms Khumalo on a video via web-based networking media about a letter kept in touch with the branch of police, the service of police doesn’t know about such a letter however wishes to guarantee the country that police are working nonstop to guarantee that this case gets settled.”

She included that Senzo’s homicide “is still under scrutiny and getting the essential consideration it merits”.

Kelly has been the objective of the open’s shock and analysis, and has been at the bleeding edge of across the board theory encompassing Senzo’s homicide.

In her video, the vocalist said she had remained quiet about the issue for a long time, yet she could no longer hide things where no one will think to look.

“The matter of my girl’s dad should be put to an end. It has been six years. I have been a survivor of this issue for a long time and I am worn out. I will talk. I am not, at this point terrified of talking.”

A week ago eNCA revealed that police serve Bheki Cele had named a group of four examiners to work intimately with police researching Senzo’s passing.

In December a year ago, AfriForum requested a conventional examination into the passing of the soccer star and needed observers to be interrogated.

The association’s President Kallie Kriel stated: “The conventional examination will give advocate [Gerrie] Nel and the invested individuals the chance to Test the proof and interrogate the observers. This will help the officer in judging who was liable for [Senzo] Meyiwa’s passing.”