61-year-old deaf woman & visually impaired daughter get helped by kind officers

61-year-old deaf woman & visually impaired daughter get helped by kind officers

- Police officers have gone the extra mile to help a deaf old lady and her family

- They discovered the plight of the old lady, her visually impaired daughter and three granddaughters living in squalor

- Sergeant Patricia Nomsa Sindane, Constable Sandile Msibi and Constable Tebogo Masango under the command of Sergeant Mabitje Mampa decided to approach the community to help the family

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A post uploaded by Emalahleni FM News has captured the hearts of South Africans. Police officials have gone the extra mile for a 61-year-old-deaf lady and her family.

Sergeant Patricia Nomsa Sindane, Constable Sandile Msibi and Constable Tebogo Masango under the command of Sergeant Mabitje Mampa attended a call-out to 2156 Bhodli Section in Phola.

It was there that they found 61-year-old-deaf lady in need. She was living with her visually impaired daughter and her three grandchildren.

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The police were so concerned by the family's living conditions that they approached the community for sponsorships and donations.

YEN.com.gh learned that Mr Ben Zwane and Mr Wander Mashiane of Sinawe Security Services donated two beds, one kitchen unit, three blankets, one comforter, four mat carpets and four pillows.

The officers are continuing to source more donations for the family. The old lady was overcome with gratitude for the police officers and Sinawe Security Services.

Officers go the extra mile and help a gogo and her family in need

The family is extremely grateful to the police officers and Sinawe Security Services. Facebook/Emalahleni FM News
Source: Facebook

Facebook users were thrilled at the official's actions:

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Veni Sewnarain:

"GOD BLESS the police officers who showed great caring & kindness for a family in need. GOD BLESS you and your families."

Reliza Mhalo:

"Just so the world know, not all cops are evil! God bless your initiative and the givers!!! That family will sleep like anger tonight! It's actually so painful seeing thing like this! Where is our community leaders, that people can suffer like this in this day and age! Other people have got stuff in their backrooms, just collecting dust! Let's reach out to our community people."

Abel Appel:

"Officers may you and your families be blessed for this deed of love. Thank you also to the security firm that stepped up to the plate."

Marina Bird:

"Thankyou officers... May God supply all their needs and fill their grocery cupboards too in Jesus Name."

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