Durban Metro Police spokesperson dies

2015-11-20 17:43
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Durban – Durban Metro Police spokesperson Eugene Msomi has died.

eThekwini spokesperson Tozi Mthethwa said in a statement that Msomi died "due to ill health".

"The municipality has learnt with great sadness about the untimely passing of Metro Police spokesperson Senior Superintendent Eugene Msomi due to ill health. We convey our heartfelt condolences to his family."

IFP's Mdu Nkosi said he was "deeply saddened and shocked" by the news.

"I was greatly shocked to hear of Mr Msomi’s untimely passing as I had not known about his illness.

"Mr Msomi was a committed police official and a consummate gentleman. His death is a great loss to the eThekwini Metro Police, who also recently lost their police logistics manager Mr Innocent Chamane, another outstanding police officer, who was gunned down by criminals," Nkosi said. 

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