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Pilots go missing in Vereeniging as abduction squad strikes again

There are some criminals who do not deserve to live in South Africa. When they are arrested, the harshest sentence which can be handed in this country is a life sentence.

However, with the pain and terror which they bring about as a result of their terroristic behaviours makes us all conclude that life sentences are just a pat on the back. Calls have been made on countless times for the restoration of the death penalty.

One such type of crime which has of late become so prevalent is abduction of residents. It has been noted that the syndicates behind the abductions target foreign nations of Asian descent.

A tweet which was shared by Yusuf Abramjee on the 15th of May 2022 showed yet another heartbreaking attack these abductors have launched.


Muwmin Hitham Kamel Gaber (19) and Fadi Said Elhadi Mohamed Hamoud (31) who are both pilots on training from Egypt are believed to have been kidnapped.


Pictures of the two missing persons are being shared all across the country.


They are said to have left Vereeniging and their rented car was found abandoned on the R59. At the moment their whereabouts are unknown and the police are now seeking assistance from community members.

Oftentimes abduction gangs will be after extorting money from the families of the victims they will have kidbapped. This has made the wealthy members of our communities a prime target as these abductions often happen around the business owners and their close family members. The arrests which the police have made seem to be nothing but just a drop in an ocean as the syndicates are too many.

Those with information are being urged to call 08600 10111 which is the Crime Stop number. All these information which the police will receive is set to be treated with the highest level of confidentiality.

Source: Yusuf Abramjee

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