- A kindhearted cop set a brilliant example for all South Africans to aspire to
- During the 21-day lockdown, the law enforcement officer is doing his bit to feed the needy
- The generous officer urged all citizens to consider the homeless and hungry during these challenging times
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Ziyanda Mbalo came across the good deeds of a kindhearted law enforcement officer and took to social media to share the news.
She included a photo of the cop and added the following caption:
"This traffic officer took some of his time to buy homeless people some food. I forgot his name but it is testimony that even through this time that God has put us through he is still with us. God bless this man."
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YEN.com.gh discovered that Siphelelo Msamo was the officer in question and that the kind gesture was not a once off.
Msamo has been encouraging South Africans to give to the homeless and hungry during the 21-day lockdown.
The officer was pictured buying numerous loaves of bread and has urged others to follow suit.
Msamo was hailed as a hero via Facebook.
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Boniswa Anna Ngwandla said,
"He is blessed already."
Okuhle Twasile identified the kind officer:
"His name is Siphelo Msamo."
Velenca Davidson heaped praise on him:
"So super proud of you. Keep up the good work."
Lazola L-zee Moyi added,
"God Bless You My G."
In a related story, the leader and founder of the Anointed Palace Chapel, Reverend Obofour, has been providing some food, drinks and other health item to the needy.
The admirable gesture comes in the wake of the novel coronavirus plaguing the world which has also necessitated a partial lockdown in some major cities in Ghana.
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