SAPS holds prayer day for guidance and protection

2018-10-04 06:01
PHOTO: suppliedBrigadier Bongani Sibiya addresses the meeting.

PHOTO: suppliedBrigadier Bongani Sibiya addresses the meeting.

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THE Employee Health and Wellness office for SAPS UGU Cluster held a prayer day on September 14 at the Norwegian Settlers Church in Izotsha.

The purpose of the prayer service was to ask for divine guidance and protection over police members as they serve their communities, as well as for the government, the economy, families, people with diseases, and for success in reducing and fighting criminal elements. A number of church leaders also participated in offering prayers.

Brigadier Bongani Sibiya, Deputy Cluster Commander for Ugu, reminded members to always be vigilant when executing their duties and to follow all prescribed safety rules as their lives are precious.

The prayer service was well supported by police members from various stations within the Ugu Cluster

— Supplied.


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