Social media spearheads search for missing Uyinene Mrwetyana via #BringNenehome
Social media has joined family, friends and police in the search for missing UCT student, 19-year old Uyinene Mrwetyana, who was last seen leaving her university residence, Roscommon, at 1.30pm on Saturday.
In its description of Mrwetyana, Pink Ladies Organisation for missing women and children said she had a black hand bag and was wearing baggy brown corduroy pants the day she disappeared.
As the search for her enters its fourth day, people on social media have spread her image and information.
Lord, I pray that you watch over and protect Uyinene Mrwetyana— dimpho (@dimpho__dm) August 27, 2019
Let her be found in good health and spirit. Comfort her family and friends, near and far, in this time of need. And be a guiding hand to those seeking her. Amen. 🙏🏾#bringNenehome pic.twitter.com/nH6RL5qpQr
Uyinene's dissappearance has shed light on human trafficing in Africa and the world at large. I honestly didn't know that women go through such horrible experiences on a daily bases. I serve a living God Uyinene shall return home safely in Jesus Name I pray Amen.#BringNeneHome— Shakira Linno (@queen_linno) August 28, 2019