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CHILD (3) ‘POSTED’ BY WOMAN IN KOMBI ENDS UP AT COP SHOP

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MBABANE – Do you know the mother of this child? Police are looking for relatives of Amahle Nkhosi Dlamini (3), who was given to a kombi conductor, by an unknown woman.

The kombi conductor was told to drop Amahle off at a certain station in Lubulini, and there would be people waiting to pick her up.
Information gathered from the police was that the woman boarded the kombi at Matata with the child and she got off at Nsoko.
She then asked the conductor to drop Amahle up off at Victoria Station at Lubulini.


When the kombi arrived at the bus station, there were no people waiting to pick Amahle and since the conductor was at work, he asked another pupil he saw at the station to wait with the child.The conductor then told the pupil that there were people who were coming to pick up the child.


The pupil waited for some time with Amahle at the station and no people came to fetch her, and the pupil decided to take the child home to report the matter to elders. The elder relatives then saw some resemblance in the child, with some neighbours and they took the child to that homestead. 


When they arrived at the homestead, the family admitted that there was some resemblance between the child with their children, but they needed the mother to explain.
It was then decided that the child be taken to the police since nobody in the community knew Amahle.


Deputy Police Information and Communications Officer Assistant Superintendent Phindile Vilakati, confirmed that they were looking for the mother of Amahle.

“The conductor of the kombi in which the child was on board did not get the number of the woman who asked that they take the child. He informed us that he did not get even the number of the people who were supposed to pick up the child. Any person who recognises Amahle should contact the nearest police station, so she can be reunited with her family,” Vilakati said.

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