Moshe Ndiki Car HijackingMoshe Ndiki Escapes Harrowing Car Hijack Ordeal in Sandton [Image: @moshendiki/Instagram]

Former Gomora actor Moshe Ndiki narrowly escaped an attempted car hijacking in Sandton, north of Johannesburg.

The shocking incident happened on January 7, 2024. The incident was detailed in a police report seen by Daily Sun.


How Moshe Ndiki Survived The Car Hijacking Incident

Ndiki described the harrowing event, saying he was driving when another car overtook him. Initially, he thought it might be e-hailing drivers, but he quickly realised the occupants were masked and armed with guns. That was when fear set in.

The attackers ordered Ndiki to raise his hands, and they opened his passenger door. They allegedly stole two of his iPhones and a MacBook valued at R42,000. Despite the frightening encounter, Ndiki was not physically harmed and still has his car.

Attempts to get a comment from Ndiki were unsuccessful. His personal assistant answered his phone and requested questions to be sent via message, promising a response that never came.


Moshe Ndiki Car Hijacking
Moshe Ndiki Escapes Harrowing Car Hijack Ordeal in Sandton [Image: @moshendiki/Instagram]


SAPS Confirms The Attempted Robbery

Police spokeswoman Colonel Noxolo Kweza confirmed that the police are investigating the attempted hijacking:

“Police are investigating an attempted hijacking case, and no arrests have been made as yet,” Kweza told the media

This incident is part of a troubling trend of hijackings involving public figures in South Africa. In February, gospel singer Sipho Makhabane was hijacked and had his bank account drained by the attackers.

In April, Kaizer Chiefs player Luke Fleurs was tragically killed during a hijacking attempt. He had stopped at a fuel station to refill when armed men targeted him and ended his life.

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Car hijackings remain a significant problem in South Africa, with criminals increasingly targeting well-known individuals. The police urge the public to stay alert and report any suspicious behaviour.


By Rumpel

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