This morning, at approximately 12 o'clock, tragic news broke: In order to find a lady suspected of kidnapping his child, a father desperately needs your help. Tembisa Leboeng, her nanny, is the subject of a complaint he made to the local police station. The sound of Tembisa's voice alerted officers to the father's life-or-death predicament. It was in June of this year that the father of the Zimbabwean girl recounted how he found and hired her. Parenting a child as a lone parent: He has two little daughters, a 3-year-old and an 8-month-old. He employed Ruth Njonjo to look after her kids. The problem arose when he couldn't afford to pay her. It was the weekend, so he went to her and asked for half of the money, and he promised to give it back the following week.
They didn't have an argument, and she didn't show any symptoms of displeasure. Assuming all was well, the father left for work. This morning, when he returned to the house, he found her three-year-old daughter alone while the door and gate were open. He found a note alerting him that if he pays the entire bill, he can see his child. Taking everything she owned, the woman escaped with the child in tow. As the man insisted, she had no idea who this woman is. There isn't much else we know about her other that she's 26 years old and has a boyfriend in Deyviton. This is a really difficult time for her father, who is quite concerned about his 18-month-old daughter.
The kidnapped child's biological father.
Mr Eric Zilwa went to the Tembisa police station to open the complaint so that the police may begin hunting for this woman. He said that she never indicated how addicted she was to her phone. As part of their investigation, authorities have requested the help of the people of Tembisa in finding this kid. Images of this youngster and the may can be found here.
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