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Moti Brothers - Father breaks silence

This is how the Moti family left SA after four boys’ kidnapping

Police investigations into the kidnapping of the four Moti brothers has hit a snag.

The four Moti siblings are going to class in Dubai, showing that they have no goal to return to South Africa, as per a Sunday report.

eNCA detailed that the family invested some energy in Nairobi, prior to advancing toward Dubai.

On December 1, the telecaster revealed that six individuals from the Moti family left on a Kenya Airways trip to Nairobi, since they couldn't get into Dubai straightforwardly because of a movement boycott.

Private specialists have begged the family to help the police with their examination.

As indicated by a City Press report, it is accepted that the abducting may have been a demonstration of retribution, after an illegal cash move bargain turned out badly.

The paper revealed that the exchange was supposedly done through the siblings' uncle and the people who sent the cash couldn't open a case as the cash was illicit.

Their answer was to grab the young men in a bid for the London-based uncle to come to South Africa and delivery the cash.

As indicated by the report, two of the supposed ruffians we recognized however have since been killed, later "evidently being grabbed".

In October, Zia, Alwaan, Zayyad, and Zidan Moti were headed to school when a group of suspects equipped with R5 rifles and handguns, broke a window and opened their vehicle.

A dim SUV showed up on the scene and the kids were packaged into the vehicle.

The young men were found in Vuyani, three weeks after they were stole. They were safe.

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