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Reports: After they brutal killed a 6-year-old for muti rituals, this is what the community has done

(Source: Twitter.com - @taken_mxo)

Taking law into your own hands is never encouraged, as it might get you in trouble with the polices in Mzansi. That's what we're all told, but what happens when the law enforcement officers continue to different communities down. As they let the criminals roam around the streets of Mzansi without any fear of being arrested. Most people in the country fear for their lives as they've lost trust and faith in the justice system. Now, this was visible when a horrible incident occurred at Mpumalanga, Nelspruit, in a place called Mganduzweni (gun point) eGame.


Whereby Bontle Mashiyane was allegedly brutally murdered by two men who were following instructions from a traditional healer as they wanted to do muti rituals. According to reports, the young girl had to feel the most devastating pain in her life, as they cut out her womb and knee cap while she was still breathing. She was later found dead and could be barely recognized since she was chopped into pieces. Unfortunately, that's how she lost her life after being missing for over a month ago. When the community found out about the whole incident, that when they didn't think twice and burnt the perpetrators house.


Not only that, but they took it to the streets as they demanded the suspects to be released by the police. As they felt that they will know how to deal with them accordingly as a community via mob justice. The community is furious and shattered by what happened to he girl and they've made a promise that they will deal with each and everyone that was involved in the murder case.


Source Link:

https://twitter.com/CollenGwebu/status/1528772632757387270?s=19

https://twitter.com/taken_mxo/status/1529280414434590720?s=19

https://twitter.com/Busie_Mkhabela/status/1529036222068318208?s=19

https://twitter.com/Tshepo99881396/status/1528795845092581376?s=19

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