My daughter on the way to school was almost abducted by two men in a white Sedan. In South Africa presently human trafficking is rife and the matter is being announced on all news channels to be eeary of a white sedan taking girls by force. My daughter passed by a white sedan packed by the sidewalk with two men wearing masks on their mouths in protection for Covid19. The car then passed her in full acceleration then stopped in front of her. The guy on the passenger sit got out with a gun in hand and told her to get in the car or he will shoot her. She answered boldly saying "shoot". Her hand was in her handback, she took out a pepper spray, sprayed the guy on the face and then kicked him hard on his pennis. The guy fainted to the ground. The gun fell off. The other guy(the driver) rushed out of the car, my daughter was screaming for help by then. Both my daughter and this driver guy looked at the gun at the same time. The driver realised that should my daughter get to the gun first, his life will be over. He pushed my daughyer very hard into the bush fence of a nearby house, took the gun, dragged his unconscious friend into tje car by then people were approaching and he drove off. Someone took pictures of the getaway car but unfortunately it had no license plate. My daughter injured her right elbow as she balanced herself from the hard push from the perpetrator. Some of her rescue team accompanied her to the Police station unfortunately the Police laighed at her making jokes and told her there is no case. She felt angry and humiliated. When she eventuality told me, I took her to the hospital for check up on the hand luckily no fracture. I took her back to the police station of which she didn't want to go back but this time I demanded to see the Commander in chief. I'm proud to say, our area is being patrolled by the police day and night. My daughter is receiving trauma counseling . I thank God for my daughter's courage and wisdom to act as she did. My family and I thank God that my daughter survived human trafficking. I also thank the members of the community who heard her scream and came to her rescue. I know what human trafficking is and can only imagine what the parents and families of the girls trafficked feel like. The thought crossed my mind for a moment and it's frightening. My deepest condolences to all affected and to all mothers who cannot sleep, eat nor function not knowing where their daughters are nor will they ever return home. TO GOD BE THE GLORY! My daughter wants to talk to young girls at schools, churches and social gatherings like youth groups about her experience so the youth can comprehend that human trafficking is real.