City fam­ily look­ing for miss­ing woman

Chronicle (Zimbabwe) - - National News - Chronicle Re­porter

A FAM­ILY from Pu­mula South sub­urb in Bu­l­awayo is ap­peal­ing for help in lo­cat­ing their el­derly mother who dis­ap­peared from a church in Nku­lumane 12 where she was re­ceiv­ing prayers.

Mrs Elitha Ncube (66) suf­fers from de­men­tia and memory loss among a host of other ail­ments and had been taken by el­ders from the Univer­sal church for a prayer and heal­ing ses­sion on Sun­day when she dis­ap­peared.

Her wor­ried daugh­ter Ms Noalala Faith Ndlovu yes­ter­day tele­phoned The Chronicle from the United King­dom say­ing she had been in­formed by their maid, Ms Siphathe­leni Mh­langa, that Mrs Ncube had not re­turned home from the prayer ses­sion.

“We are wor­ried sick about her. She has de­men­tia and is on med­i­ca­tion.

“Most of the time she does not know who she is. The el­ders from the church led by a man called Pro­fes­sor came to our house and took my mum say­ing they will give her anoint­ing oil.

“They took her to the church and ap­par­ently she wan­dered off with­out any­one notic­ing. She could be any­where right now.

“We are ap­peal­ing to any­one who has seen her to no­tify us or the po­lice,” she said.

Mrs Ncube was wear­ing a white T-shirt, brown jacket, black and blue skirt, black hat and a pair of black Tommy ten­nis shoes when she dis­ap­peared.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion on her where­abouts can con­tact her sis­ter Mrs Dolly Nswazi at house num­ber 6514 Nku­lumane or call her maid Ms Mh­langa on 0777 356 390 or her daugh­ter Ms Ndlovu on her What­sApp num­ber +44 7412777594.

The fam­ily has since re­ported the mat­ter to the po­lice.

Mrs Elitha Ncube

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