Police fail Lerato Sengadi
What started out as a dog-walking exercise soon turned into a nightmare for PR guru Lerato Sengadi. This after she was almost mugged by a brazen thug masquerading as an Uber driver in Sandton, north of Jozi, this week.
Speaking to Sunday Sun, rapper HHP’s widow said she is still shocked and that this experience has been painful.
“I had my arms crossed and my instinct kicked in, so I fell forward because I knew he couldn’t lift me up,” she said.
Lerato said the man before long fled the scene and got into a white Toyota Corolla, which had a traveler.
“I’m by all account not the only one who was a casualty on the grounds that numerous ladies, who were likewise running in a similar road recounted to me of their accounts of being burglarized of their cellphones by the comparative vehicle.
“I went to report the episode at Sandton Police Station.” and I was given a case number.”
She said she didn’t comprehend why police were not doing what’s necessary, as they know these hooligans target just ladies who run in the zone.
“There ought to be police watching the zone between 6 am and 9 am on the grounds that that is when most ladies run. I’ve attempted to take this up with the SAPS via web-based networking media, however they blocked me.”
“Ladies keep on being misled in this nation and insufficient is done to protect us.
“What must we do?Carry weapons? In the event that we do that and execute hooligans, at that point we will go to prison. And furthermore what is the branch of Women and Children doing about this,” said Lerato. I feel let somewhere around the police,” she said.
“They’re not busy. As ladies, we’re all alone.”
Police representative Kay Makhubele hadn’t reacted to our request at the hour of going to print.
She said ladies can’t run without her cellphone, in light of the fact that their need it if there should be an occurrence of a crisis.