There are two active kidnapping cases for ransom in Gauteng this week Anesha Nathoo who is 57 years old, a former teacher, was kidnapped in Lenasia South, Johannesburg. This is something that has caught on the members of the public and created a situation, where they art wondering to themselves what is going on with the situation looking the way that it is.
This is a very distressing thing and the people that go missing more tend to be foreign national business people or their family members to get them to send the suspects ransom money for their freedom, but this is something that has definitely not formed a good impression.
Mohammed Mayet who is 59 years old was kidnapped from his furniture retail business in Lillian Ngoyi Street Pretoria last night, the whole thing looked very casual as if they were used to doing these kidnappings without having any issues and it is worrying.
This is definitely something that is very distressing to many members of the public because if this is not addressed it will just spiral out of control, the next thing you know the ordinary members of the public ate getting kidnapped for one reason or another.
The kidnappings of individuals has garnered a lot of attention from the members of the public who have gone on to note that these individuals are making a lot of money asking for ransom money from the truck shop owners, when they are roaming around you wouldn’t think that they are millionaires.
We are just observing the scene to see if the highest offices of he police are going to address this issue because it has proven to be very bad for the ordinary members of the public as they find themselves in a tough situation, how many people have gotten kidnapped and we have seen many of such activities being conducted unfortunately so something needs to be done.
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