Lerumo tries to rescue Tebello and Seipati, see what Tebello does before help arrives!
By AmandaJay | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 5131 views
Lerumo and Javas managed to put two and two together with Tintswalo and Mokhethi's help, luckily the poor woman and child held hostage will be rescued. It saddening to learn that in our everyday life that vulnerable women and children are victimized in their own homes and have accepted their fate that even when help comes their way they refuse itJavas and Lerumo set a trap for Bohang and he falls for it meaning their suspicions about him using the criminal he should have arrested and had him released were true. ￼Their man aim was to get few minutes to break into Seipati's flat and send them somewhere safe and they will manage to get to them before their captain realizes they were bluffing Tebello had enough of the treatment from the man who claims to be generous to them while he is keeping them without their consent. Tebello will make his second attempt to kill Bohang, see what he does
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