kidnap cases.jpgEleven year-old Tafadzwa Mboto who went missing at Prophet Makandiwa’s church service last week at Glamis Stadium in Harare has been re-united with his family.

Tafadzwa was dumped near his parents’ home in Manyame Park after spending two days without food.

Police spokesperson, Inspector James Sabau said the boy was left to sleep in the green twin cab vehicle used by the suspects before being abandoned.

Inspector Sabau said the public should work closely with the police to ensure those behind such inhuman acts are brought to book.

ZBC News came across one of Tafadzwa’s friends who feared that he could have lost one of his friends, while other children say they are now living in fear saying their rights are being violated.

Meanwhile, some people in Harare expressed concern over the continued reports of children being abducted and called on the country’s justice system to met out life sentences on the perpetrators.

Tafadzwa Mboto was the second boy to be abducted in Harare within two months after another Harare boy, Gift Matapure, disappeared from the Harare agricultural show in August this year.