A PORT Elizabeth mother feared her seven-month-old baby – abducted for several hours – would be chopped up and used for traditional medicine.
Nandipha Thinzi said yesterday she feared for the worst when her son, Luyolo, was taken from a New Brighton hostel on Sunday afternoon.
The mother and son were reunited the next day, but not before Thinzi spent several hours agonising over Luyolo.
“If it wasn’t for the woman who found my son, I don’t know what would have happened. I am so grateful to her,” she said.
“I am so happy he is back.”
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