Thobile Skosana Death, Obituary – Thobile Skhosana, a member of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party in South Africa, was reported missing on the evening of the final day of the previous year and his body was found on January 5 of the current year. He had been kidnapped earlier that evening. While Skhosana, who was 26 years old at the time, was attending an event in Sehlakwane village in Limpopo, she was reportedly abducted by a man from Matsitsi village who was 40 years old. This took place while Skhosana was in Limpopo. The person in question has been brought into jail, and an investigation into the alleged occurrences of rape, kidnapping, and murder has been opened.
On January 6, he is expected to show up to the court hearing that has been arranged for him. The EFF claims that the suspect had sexual relations with the victim Skhosana before the murder and that this relationship led to the murder. The EFF is urging that the state hand down the harshest possible sentence to the person who is responsible for the death of Skhosana. The chairperson of the Economic Freedom Fighters in Limpopo, Tshilidzi Maraga, has declared that the inability of the police to locate Skhosana alive constitutes a failure on their part. Maraga continued by saying that the EFF had demanded that the police use every instrument at their disposal in order to identify Skhosana, who was a student at UNISA.
Skhosana’s whereabouts were unknown at the time of Maraga’s comments. As a direct result of the passing of Skhosana, a significant number of people in South Africa are concerned about the health and safety of the country’s female population. On the day that her death was found, members of the EFF made a visit to Skhosana’s family to offer their condolences and let them know how sorry they were for their loss.