Amahle is a 9-year-old girl who was abducted by an unknown man outside her home in Tsakane, Ekurhuleni on 6 April 2019. this year will be almost 2 years since Amahle been missing if she's not found by the time she was abducted.
Like any other parent, Nkosi Amahles's mother hasn't given up on her daughter, as she still has the faith that her daughter will be found one day.
And it seems like that day has finally arrived, as the man who is suspected to have abducted Amahle has been found.
It is alleged that the police from PTA were chasing him and they shot him on the leg as he was trying to run. He ended up at the Barcelona clinic where he was given first aid and taken to the hospital. There's also a video of him where he is asked by a lady where are the kids he has abducted but he didn't say anything.
Since Amahle is not the only child who went missing, as in South Africa we pray that this man speaks up, and tells the parents where are the kids that went missing. The parents of these kids are suffering and they need to find their kids, what this guy did is painful. The parents deserve the truth.
Below is the video of the guy:
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