08 August 2022
Limpopo community needs help from people in to finding their child who went missing last week. Ridzani Muhanelwa who is currently 8 years old was sent to the spaza shop by her mother and sge never came back. The police have been trying to find her but there is no luck and now they need public to help them.
The police at Mphephu in Limpopo are currently investigating a case of a missing person following the disappearance of a eight year old girl. Such cases are not easy to solve because the victims are very young and there is always no weakness on the case.
"The missing child's mother alleges that on Friday 5 August 2022, at around 6:30am she sent her daughter to a local spaza shop to ask for R20 loose and the child never returned home until date" said police spokesperson Sergeant Mienkie Ramakgoakgoa.
She then went to search for her daughter at the spaza shop and nearby area with no luck. She then went to the police station to open the case and the search operation started. They did search for her in the bushes but she was no where to be found. Ramakgokga said that the police in Limpopo asked for help in the community.
This is an emotional and painful moment for the mother as she regrets sending her daughter to the spaza shop. The man who work there even denied seeing any young girl coming to his shop asking for a change. This means this young girl was adapted before she even reach the spaza.
The police have asked the community to help them in finding their daughter. This is one of the painful moments for a parents. She needs all the emotional support she could get from people. We all hope that Ridzani will be United with her mother soon.
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