Chairman of the National Committee for Supervision of Initiations (NIOC) iKosi Vimbi Mahlangu warned that those who kidnap boys ’children and take them to initiation school will face the law.

This comes after some parents in Emalahleni, Krieli and Middelburg in Mpumalanga expressed concern that their abducted children had been found in one of the illegal initiation schools.

Mahlangu further added that if parents find out that their children have been taken uphill without their consent, they should initiate a case with the police and also report to the Provincial Initiative Coordinating Committee (PICC).

Mahlangu says: “The law will play a role for those who damage the reputation of iNgoma. If parents find that such things are happening, they should report missing or abducted children to the police. A committee from the Provincial Initiative Coordinating Committee (PICC) will be tasked with conducting an investigation, after which it will call the police as the authorities are discerning to make arrests. “

Video | Police begin rescue from iIllegal initiative schools in Sedibeng:

Source by [author_name]

Previous articleThe Merck Foundation celebrates “World Hypertension Day 2022” in partnership with the First Lady of Africa and the Ministries of Health through 650 scholarships for future experts in cardiovascular, diabetes and endocrinology in Africa
Next articleMusk says Twitter: Prove your bot claims, or the deal is canceled