- A 60-year-old South African woman has reportedly gone missing
- The South African police are searching frantically for her
A South African woman identified as Loretta Lamont was reported to have gone missing on Tuesday, May 30. The 60-year-old woman was said to have left her house at about 5pm that day.
As at the time she was last seen, Lamont was wearing a jersey with a black skirt and boots. According to the information given, she was said to have gone to Helen Joseph Hospital in Johannesburg and has not been found since then.
Vidian Ghanie, a member of Lamont’s family confirmed the news and was depressed with the event.
"Yes, my aunt went missing. She had an operation on her leg in March and the bandages have to be changed once a week. She went to Helen Joseph Hospital for her checkup and never returned. We have opened a missing person's case with the police."
"We have been searching for her since Tuesday. We have checked hospitals, police stations, and other family members but our last options will be mortuaries. I never expected something like this to happen to us.' the heartbroken woman said."
NAIJ.com recently made a report about a 29-year-old South African woman who was found dead in her office after being reported missing. The issue of women going missing and then turning up dead is fast becoming a major concern in the country and outside it.
A Nigerian lady recently stated that she would rather stick to Nigerian guys than date South African men with the way women are turning up dead in the country.
Anyone who has information about the 60-year-old woman should contact the police and save her family from agony.
Meanwhile, some Nigerians are frustrated with the things happening in the country. This NAIJ.com TV video shows how disheartened some of them are about the situation of things: