Actress Innocent Sadiki Asks for Donations Following House Fire

Innocent Sadiki and her family are pleading for help after the actress’ house was destroyed in a fire, but not everyone is willing to assist her.

Skeem Saam actress Innocent Sadiki recently lost her house to a fire, and her family has been asking for donations from the general public.

Having received new clothes with help from Tumisho Masha, the actress’ twin sister, Millicent Mashile, offered her support by pleading with netizens to help the family.

Twitter (X) user MDN News shared screenshots from Millicent’s Instagram story, where she posted a bank account number for monetary donations and the children’s sizes for new clothes to replace the ones they lost.

The sisters also thanked the public for their prayers and donations in this challenging time:



Sadly, netizens have grown suspicious of the actress and are distancing themselves from the saga, claiming that something fishy was going on:

ame_paranoid was stunned:

“She’s already asking for money; she is not even going to call her insurance broker or something.”

CastleLarger said:

“Our kids are starting term three next week; I don’t have money.”

MeepoM asked:

“What about insurance?”

NathiSibiya8 was relieved:

“I paid my insurance last week for my bond and car to avoid such things.”

JustDineo_ was skeptical:

“I really want to believe them, but eish.”

ta_marah7 said:

“Now she’s claiming from us and not the insurance.”


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