Dros rape suspect Nicholas Ninow’s life has become more difficult.
After he appeared at the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court this week for allegedly raping a 7 year-old, the Economic Freedom Fighters and Not In My Name, have called for an extra charge to be added.
It was also revealed that he was sacked from his job at a Vodacom store.
The EFF and Not In My Name have called for a charge of attempted murder to the case of Ninow (27), who is facing four charges including rape, assault GBH and possession of drugs.
The EFF and Not In My name are arguing that adding an attempted murder charge will be fitting for Ninow.
“We’re here to make sure that an attempted murder charge is added because it’s a child. It’s not rape, it’s murder,” Gauteng EFF chairperson Mandisa Mashego said.
Not in My Name SA’s Themba Masango also echoes Mashego’s sentiments.
Vodacom also announced that Ninow was sacked from his job at a Vodacom outlet in Orange Grove Mall in Tshwane.
“The franchise store owner has confirmed to Vodacom that Nicholas Ninow’s employment contract was immediately terminated as a result of the allegations,” Vodacom said on Twitter.
What is @Vodacom saying about their rapist employee? Have they issued a statement?
— Tebello (@TichyPooh) September 27, 2018