“Two Nigerians” allegedly kidnapped and raped a South African mother of three for four days.After being kidnapped and raped for four days by two men she claimed to be Nigerians, a South African woman has been left traumatized.
Last Monday, October 11, the 35-year-old mother of three from Gugulethu, Cape Town, received a call asking her to a job interview at Tyger Valley Mall.
She was kidnapped and taken to a house where Nigerian men repeatedly raped her.
Her aunt claims that: “A Xhosa woman called her and informed her of the interview scheduled for the following morning. She was ecstatic and believed she had made a breakthrough, so she inquired if she needed to bring any paperwork, to which they replied that she did not. She was scheduled for an interview for the position of receptionist.”
According to the aunt, her niece was picked up by a woman in a white Toyota Corolla and driven to a residence in Tyger Valley.
“She claimed she was trapped inside the house when she arrived since the lady claimed she had to be someplace else and would return for the interview. But then a man burst through the door and assaulted her after telling her to undress. Another male engaged in the sexual assault on Tuesday.”
Meanwhile, the victim’s worried mother went to the police on Tuesday to report her daughter missing.
“Later that day, she received a photo of my niece with the caption: “We have your daughter’s phone,” the aunt explains.”They didn’t make any demands, so I decided to post about it on Facebook on Wednesday.
She was then dropped in the Hout Bay Harbour, where she received assistance and was picked up by the police. She is still traumatized by the experience and finds it difficult to speak about it.
“The Bellville Family Violence, Child Protection, and Sexual Offences Unit is investigating the incident, according to SAPS’ Joseph Swartbooi.