In a story blogged on Linaikeja page, a Soshanguve mother three children were allegedly killed by her bitter ex-boyfriend. The news as reported by Pretoria News, the 27-year-old mother, Grief remained etched on the faces of family members and friends who had flocked to the home to give their condolences.
Her chilren, Thabang (11), Amogelang (3) and Lebogang (2) were hanged by Molefe Mojutu her ex-boyfrien before he also killed himself, also by hanging, in his Soshanguve Block W home on Tuesday.
The older two children were from a previous relationship and the youngest was the killer’s child.
From what the mother understands, the children were fed rat poison before being hanged.
In her on words:
“When I got to that house I saw a horror movie. I touched my first born’s face and told him to wake. That guy has torn my heart apart. He made sure he’d leave me with questions no one in this world could ever answer. He is cruel and I wish he could have just killed me instead and left my innocent children out of this. I’m just wondering what was going through his mind when he hanged the first one, and then the second one and went on to the third. How did he feel when they were screaming for help? This guy has left me with so many questions and only he can answer them,”
Ndala said her ex-boyfriend often threatened to kill her and the children but she thought it was just talk until Tuesday.
“Before he killed them, I called him to ask where he had taken the children to and he told me he wanted to buy them pizza. He asked me what I would do if he killed the children and I said: “I know you would not do that,” he then gave my first and second born the phone to tell me that they love me,” she said.
Ndala said her ex-boyfriend used to transport the three children to school. She said he had tried on three separate occasions to commit suicide because she no longer wanted to be with him. She suspects he killed the children because she did not want to be with him anymore.
South African police are curretly investigating the murder case and an inquest docket had been opened