A nurse, Ntombi Futhi, aged 49, employed at Redcliffe Clinic in Redcliffe, KZN, is missing, and we need your assistance. According to reports, she was kidnapped from her home on School Road in Parkgate.
Alarming details have emerged regarding her disappearance. Futhi’s manager from Osindisweni Government Hospital (OGH) sought help from Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) after she failed to show up for work today. Calls to her cellphone went unanswered, raising serious concerns.
Tragically, Ntombi Futhi had previously been held against her will by her husband, prompting her to file for a divorce out of fear for her safety.
Local law enforcement agencies, including the South African Police Service (SAPS), have launched a thorough investigation into her disappearance. The community has rallied together, distributing flyers, organizing search parties, and using social media to spread the word and gather vital information.
This distressing incident has cast a spotlight on the larger issue of safety and security in the area. Many are demanding improved safety measures and urging the community to remain vigilant. It serves as a somber reminder of the vulnerability faced by essential workers who dedicate their lives to serving their communities.
As the search for Ntombi Futhi intensifies, the Redcliffe-KZN community remains unwavering in their commitment to bringing her home safely and ensuring that justice is served. This heart-wrenching event underscores the importance of community solidarity and the urgent need to protect those who tirelessly serve the healthcare sector, particularly during these challenging times.
Please contact SAPS immediately if you have any information on Ntombi Futhi’s whereabouts. Together, we can make a difference.
Missing Nurse Believed To Be Kidnapped: Parkgate – KZN
Pictured is 49 year old Ntombi Futhi, a Healthcare employee at Redcliffe Clinic in Redcliffe – KZN who is believed to have been kidnapped from her residence on School Road in Parkgate – KZN.
Her manger from Osindisweni… pic.twitter.com/A3uzfTxac8
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