Viral Primary School Girl Joyride Turns Nasty As She May Lose Her Father
The South African Social Development Organisations and MEC have decided to sue a man who is believed to be from Seshego outside Polokwane, after he recently showed up in a video praising his primary school kids driving a vehicle while others were hanging on the vehicle rooftop.
The man is set to appear in court for the matter.
Identified as Stan Stanely on Facebook, the man appealed to the public to stop making the video trend as it has put him in trouble with the police and the Social Development MEC.
Reports are that the Limpopo’s Social Development MEC Nkakareng Rakgoale forwarded the matter to the police who are now on Stanely’s case for investigations. He believes that he is set to lose his kids to the social workers’ department for irresponsibly taking care of them.
Defending himself, Stanely says that this was the way he lived with his kids and he did not know that it was a mistake. But Nkakareng Rakgoale has urged parents to not allow their children to drive their cars, as it endangers their lives.
The MEC also said that social workers were working closely with the police to ensure the law to protect children was being followed.
Section 28 of the Bill of Rights calls for the protection of children, who were dependent on adults to guide their behavior – which Mr Stanely has admittedly failed to uphold.
It is not yet clear if Mr Stanely stayed alone with his kids or was married at the time he was charged with endangering his kids.
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