Cop praised for going extra mile to help young man with assignment

Cop praised for going extra mile to help young man with assignment

University of Zululand student, Siyabonga Castro Mbandlwa, was deeply moved by how eager SAPS officer, Lt. Col. D Seevnarian was to help him with a university assignment, and expressed his appreciation for the officer’s service on social media.

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Siyabonga needed help with a Legal Practice assignment and sought assistance from the Port Shepstone police department, where he found the dedicated officer.

Siyabonga says Lt. Col. Seevnarian was helping the public with certificates and affidavits but was still eager to help Siyabonga with his work at the same time, juggling all the tasks like a pro.

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It was a busy day at the station and Siyabonga only got through half a page of his work before the officer advised him to come back later that week in the evening so he could get more of the helpful cop’s attention, Briefly.co.za learned.

Going the extra mile, Seevnarian asked another officer to give Siyabonga a lift home when he finished his assignment.

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Cop praised for going extra mile to help young man with assignment

Photo: Facebook/Siyabonga Castro Mbandlwa
Source: Facebook

Siyabonga gushed that Seevnarian had a lovely sense of humour when interacting with people who needed assistance at the station. He says Seevnarian is a wonderful civil servant and that South Africa needs more people like him.

South Africans on social media agreed and praised the officer on his positive attitude and care for his work.

Cop praised for going extra mile to help young man with assignment

Photo: Facebook/Siyabonga Castro Mbandlwa
Source: Facebook

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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