NO MERCY FOR RAPIST
Maun lad, Onkutlwile Tirelo, 24, together with neighbours, took matters into their own hands literally to administer a form of justice readers believed was fitting to the crime (rape). They beat and ‘castrated’ a caught-in-the-act rapist.
“Big up Tirelo. Good job, I hope this manhood will never function again. Thanks man, that makes it one rapist off the map. We should do this more often than just to beat them or put them in prison. This is the best punishment for life.” Anonymous via SMS
“I believe this will teach other rapists a lesson. Rape is inhumane. God made sex as something beautiful to be enjoyed by two consenting married people. If you can not control yourself just find one consenting partner. To you Mr Marunga (suspected rapist),God is the God of second chance.” Chakkie via SMS
“Rape is the most shameful thing, but our law is doing nothing about it. Rapists are roaming around with no fear and they think they can do whatever they want to do. I think what was done to Gideon Marunga serves him right. The rapists deserve to be castrated to save other innocent souls. No Mercy for rapists.” Anonymous via SMS
DAD DOESN’T WANT DAUGHTER
33- year -old woman whose search for her dad led her to a man who wants nothing to do with her gets readers commenting on social media:
Charity Marambakuyana: Eish you tried your best but things come as you least expected. Just accept and move on because you still have a father who art in heaven.
Segolame Basiang: I don’t understand why this man is running away from his responsibility because this woman is not after his money. All she wants is to see her father. Lady, from what I read, you have everything so don’t torment yourself. Just take care of your family and grandmum who raised you. All will be well.
Gertrude Gerty Makalima: The fact that he left you years back and never searched for you should have taught you that he didn’t care. You have grown up to be a strong woman without him so don’t let his rejection break you but instead make you. Goodluck girl, its his loss.
Lydia Fattie Maphateng McGoohan: Guys it is painful to grow up not knowing your parents. From my understanding she doesn’t know both her parents, her hope was if only she could know at least one of them. She has all that she needs to survive except knowing her biological parents.
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