Louka may appeal extradition

Lolly Jackson's alleged killer George Louka, now has two weeks to decide if he will appeal his extradition.

The entrance to Limassol District Court. Picture: Sarah Fenwick.

JOHANNESBURG - Strip club king Lolly Jackson's alleged killer George Louka, now has two weeks to decide if he will appeal a decision by a Cypriot court, that he should be extradited back to South Africa.

Louka fled the country in 2010, shortly after Jackson was killed.

Jackson was shot dead at a house in Kempton Park in May 2010.

Louka has been fighting his extradition in a court in Limassol.

He is also wanted on charges of fraud, theft and possession of stolen property.

On Friday the court ruled that he should return to South Africa to face the allegations against him.

Following the ruling, he now has two options to appeal the decision to send him back here.

His lawyer Sofronis Sofroniou says he is waiting for his client to decide if he must lodge an appeal.

"We believe that there's a chance for an appeal and we have the right to do so."

In May 2010, police received a call from Louka allegedly confessing to Jackson's murder.

He then gave police the location of the murder scene.