Ses’khona leader calls for security after near fatal shooting

Loyiso Nkohla says the near fatal shooting of Andile Lili has put the entire organisation at risk.

FILE: Andile Lili and Loyiso Nkohla, the men behind Cape Town's 'toilet wars'. Picture: Thomas Holder/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - Controversial Cape Town activist Loyiso Nkohla says the recent near-fatal shooting of his colleague, has put the entire organisation's leaders' lives at risk.

Gunmen fired four shots at fellow Ses'khona People's Rights Movement leader Andile Lili outside his Khayelitsha home earlier this month.

Lili spent two weeks in a critical condition in hospital after being hit by three of the four bullets fired.

He claims it was a political hit on his life and has blamed a senior ANC member in the Western Cape for the incident.

Ses'khona co-leader Nkohla says while he also fears for his life, they can't afford to hire security.

"We are all in danger. Whoever can assist us with security can they please come forward."