The mother of an unarmed black man killed by police in London has once again called for justice after being shown video footage of him being shot.
His Audi was hit by two police cars in a narrow street before a round was shot from a police weapon.
The Metropolitan Police involved has been suspended.
Earlier, on Wednesday, the family spoke to the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Mark Rowley, and were shown sneaky footage of the incident.
After the meeting, Helen Nkama, Kaba’s mother, said: “It was difficult… very difficult.
“As I said before, my heart is broken.
“What I want is justice for my son and I want the truth.”
Jefferson Bosela, Kaba’s cousin, was also present at the meeting.
“It was very difficult, but the family just wanted justice,” he said.
“For now, the family is temporarily resting, take a step back.”
Last week, Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) said it would “explore all circumstances” surrounding the rapper’s death, including whether “race has influenced any police action”.
The IOPC will check whether police officers knew Mr. Kaba before the incident and how they were aware of the vehicle he was driving.
IOPC Regional Director Sal Naseem said: “We fully appreciate that Chris Kaba’s family and community have so many unanswered questions about his death.
“We have also advised Chris’ family that we plan to complete the investigation within six to nine months.
“We understand that people want answers quickly, but this is a complex investigation involving a large amount of evidence.
“There are a number of investigations that will be carried out in the coming weeks and months, including expert analysis, and it is important that we allow our investigation to proceed as we find it. how to establish all the facts.”
However, Kaba’s relatives were saddened that the investigation could take up to nine months, calling it “unacceptably long” and “lack of urgency”.
An investigation into Kaba’s death will be opened on October 4.