Two missing South Africans in Vietnam organ’s may have been harvested

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Two missing South Africans in Vietnam organ’s may have been harvested

The two missing South Africans in Vietnam fit the same pattern of victims of organ harvesting, says Imtiaz Sooliman, founder of the Gift of the Givers.

“From everything we’ve seen in these two cases, it doesn’t look like anything else. We hope there is another chance to save them, ”Sooliman said.

He talked about John Bothma and Mushfiq Daniels who lived and worked in English in the same city in Vietnam. An American woman made friends with both of them and then disappeared.

“There was also a group caught earlier this year harvesting their organs. My research has shown that this can be an option. ”

He said both men had strong family ties and were not rich enough to be caught for a ransom.

Bothma was last seen in Ho Chi Minh City on May 18 and Daniels’ family last heard from him on July 3.

“One of the families is already in Vietnam to get information and the American woman in both cases is very suspicious.

The woman made friends with both men and offered them financial help.

“Teachers in Vietnam are not well paid.”

Sooliman says Daniels was upset the day before he disappeared.

“We will do our best to help the families and find out exactly what is going on,” Sooliman said.

The Gift of the Givers often assist people who have relatives in need abroad.


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