March against crime to be held

2015-05-07 06:00

A community march and prayer meeting against the increase of crime in Uitenhage and surrounding areas are planned to be held later this month.

“We encourage the public at large to join us in this venture. We as members of the community have to act in faith with works and stand firm to ensure to bring change to Uitenhage,” said Pastor Alton Michell from Heaven on Earth Kingdom Ministries International, who initiated this venture in collaboration with PEfm. A public meeting will be held at 46 Mitchell Street on Saturday at 15:00 to discuss the plans and strategy of the march.

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