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Julius Malema Pulls Out The Big Guns To Find Kidnapped Brothers

At 12:00 today, South Africans are being requested to stand in solidarity and pray for the abducted Moti brothers from Polokwane, Limpopo. Catherine Constantinides, a former Miss Earth South Africa who is enthusiastic about the growth and empowerment of women, children, and gender equality, tweeted: "At 12 p.m., the country is requested to stand in unison and pray for the #MotiBrothers and their families."Today is the third day after they were abducted on their way to school earlier this week. These are OUR children; please help us spread their image and bring any information to light!"

"They are not simply four children from a Polokwane family, these are OUR children as a nation," she tweeted yesterday. I can't even picture the misery for the family and these four sons."

The Curro Heuwelkruin Independent School begged on Facebook with the public to help recover the sons of rich Polokwane businessman Nazim Moti — Zidan 6, Zayyad 11, Alaan 13, and Zia 15 – after their kidnapping on Wednesday morning. On their way to school, they were kidnapped by seven armed guys dressed in white overalls.

"All ground forces, let's be the first to discover the criminals, we simply want to talk to them," EFF leader Julius Malema tweeted yesterday. Attack!!!’’

According to authorities, the Moti family has no clue where they may be, and the purpose for the kidnapping remains unknown. No ransom demand has been issued. A considerable number of police personnel from throughout the country, particularly from Gauteng, are participating in the hunt.

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