Teen Returns Home After Going On Mjolo Spree!
“The family of a 17-year-old Rorisang Shaku in Apel, outside Ga-Nkoana, Limpopo has confirmed the safe return of their daughter following her disappearance for over a week,” reports suggest.
Many Twitter users believe she was at her man because these kids are mjolo active; this has also been confirmed by her mother, who reportedly expressed disappointment because this is not the first time she pulls such a stunt; the mother is just happy that her daughter is home safe and sound; she said Rorisang would sometimes call the police and report herself missing only to return after a few days.
Dealing with a mjolo active teenager is one of the most difficult things parents of these days are going through, when they try bringing them to order, they are reported at the police station and at the social department.
According to reports, the Shaku family from Apel outside Ga-Nkoana in Limpopo were shattered after their daughter made a disappearance for days that were over a week, but they breathed a sigh of relief on Sunday when Rorisang returned home unscathed, She reportedly got home after none of her family members knew of her whereabouts.
South African parents are going through some difficult times, particularly those whose children are teenagers; they face a lot of challenges as they try to raise them into better adults; they become wild and uncontrollable; they do as they please and never obey anyone; they are always moody; and all sorts of other things that make it difficult for their elders to deal with them.
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