South African Police Arrest’s Mother who made a report saying her child was missing after her dead body was found
A South African woman has been charged with murder for the killing of her six years old daughter Alexia Nyamadzawo, after her body was found on a sugar cane plantation lying lifelessly around in Kwazulu-Natal province earlier this week.
Fungai Nyamadzawo initially said that some men who remain unidentified to her nabbed her daughter from the back of her car where she kept her.
She begged them to help her locate the child.
Madam Nyamadzawo said the kidnapping happened alongside a road in Durban as she was driving pass a speed bump.
The 42 year old mother, who has not said whether or not she is guilty, is also facing kidnapping charges and defeating the end of justice.
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The Talk of Alexia’s kidnapping had been making concerned south Africans worried, as many of them on the social media were showing their support for the family of the missing girl, they were even rendering prayers that she should be found alive.
Now those worries have turned to shock as the South African police arrested the mother of the deceased.
Madam Nyamadzawo will remain in custody until she appears in court again on 10th of June.
A sad part of the story also is that Alexia started school this year.