Mozambique unrest: Survivor asks for help

The brother of a South African man who died in Mozambique last month is pleading for assistance for thousands of people still stuck in Palma

2021-04-14 01:55:00 PM

The brother of a South African man who died in Mozambique last month is pleading for assistance for thousands of people still stuck in Palma

The brother of a South African man who died in Mozambique last month is pleading for assistance for thousands of people still stuck in Palma.

Dozens of people died and those who could not escape are trapped there without food and other supplies.Wesley Nel, his brother Adrian, and his dad Greg Knox were trapped in the Amarula Hotel without food for three days and without any weapons to protect themselves.

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READ:Adrian was shot twice but continued driving to save the lives of his brother and father.Adrian's wife and three children have been left without an income."We trying to raise the money to keep them in the schools and would also like to send them to university both me and my brother never got the opportunity and that was the one thing he was really strong about was his kids gotta go to university."

Nel estimates about 25,000 people are still in Palma without supplies, and he wants to help them.READ:Mozambique Conflict: 43 South Africans accounted for"When we left there we hadn't eaten for five days when we evacuated it's now been almost 20 days that some of these people, they are starving and they are abandoned," he said. headtopics.com

Nel is asking the South African public to contact him about non-perishable food donations, which South Africans will then transport from Pemba to Palma via the coast. Read more: eNCA »

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Is SA govt also assisting the South Africans as they did those who were in Wuhan in March/April 2020 Don't bother us with nonsense, Advice him to call his brother in law PutSouthAficansFirst thugs to where his fellow settlers are. Um apelo sentido de quem viveu o drama. Esperemos que se forme uma corrente de solidariedade. O drama é profundo e pode resvalar para outras tragédias.

Let's make sure every midnight we pray together🙏for them. Black or white can we for once be together in praying.....Amen Unreal! The clever people from governments in the SADAC region had a special Trioka meeting last week (including Ramaphosa) to discuss the situation and threat in Mozambique yet never mentioned how to assist those who were displaced and in danger. SA sent troops - to do what?

Let me leave this here SANDF 🤷‍♂️ 😂😂😂😂 They ask in vain. CyrilRamaphosa is doing the softly, softly approach again, that works nowhere. It is about time before international conglomerates extract resources from a country, they need to involve the locals in wealth creation. To parachute in and out is no longer viable.

It's a bloody disgrace that our own Government isn't doing absolutely nothing to help these fellow SA's who's pleading for help, I'm ashamed to be called a South African! .....and they think that SAns are not in any other Country. The ignorance is appalling.

Send SANDF 😂😂😂😂😂