Tembisa residenta are fuming after what this man called Tebogo Tseko (Bova) did to a 12-year-old boy.
Apparently the man is on the run after killing a young boy at the age of 12.Tebogo Tseko (Bova) stabbed a 12-year-old to death yesterday.The young boy was actually stabbed 13 times by the man on the picture who fled away in Tembida, Phumasilwe (between Moriting and Hospital view).
Now the community of Tembisa is seeking help with tracing Tebogo Tseko who allegedly killed the 12-year-old.
The incidet is very troubling,tragic and traumatizing as people still do not know why the man did such a cruel thing to a young boy.Sadly the 12-year-old won't be able to explain what happened between the two that could have led the man to stab such a young boy to death.It is clear that Tebogo Tseko really wanted to kill the boy as 13 holes were found on the 12-year-old lifeless body.
Residents of Tembisa are fuming and only want to find Tebogo Tseko (Bova) alive so he could explain this tragic incident?
What do you think led this man to stab a 12-year-old 13 times? Share below!!!
Source: Blessings Ramoba Blog
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