Heart-warming photo shows police officers praying, Mzansi reacts

Heart-warming photo shows police officers praying, Mzansi reacts

- A police officer, Charles Chicco Riffel, warmed hearts with a touching photo

- Riffel shared a snap of his SAPS team praying before work

- He said they asked for guidance from above and Mzansi had the feels

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A policeman, Charles Chicco Riffel, warmed South Africans' hearts on Wednesday when he shared a photo of his SAPS team.

The image shows Riffel and his colleagues holding hands as they pray before starting the day.

His post read:

"To serve SA with pride. Our nation needs hope. As a team, we do our utmost to deliver. But, before all else, we pray and seek guidance from above. We are #ImStaying #Somersetwestcpu."

Take a look at his post below:

Heart-warming photo shows police officers praying, Mzansi reacts

Screenshot of Charles Chicco Riffel's post. Source: #ImStaying/Facebook
Source: Facebook

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South Africans loved the photo and they expressed their views in the comment section.

Teresa Valente commented:

"I pray protection and God's peace over your team. Amen."

Pinky Phindile said:

"I like this policeman."

Brenda Andriés wrote:

"Fantastic to see this! Thank you guys!"

Sandra Moodley added:

"This is so awesome. Lord keep our police officers safe."

Sphiwe Mntambo commented:

"May you go from strength. We appreciate you guys for all you do in serving us. Be blessed."

Briefly.co.za previously reported on a similar story. However, instead of cops, a group of car guards held hands as they prayed.

Wanda Brookes Louw took to the #ImStaying group on social media to share the picture. She said that it was shared in the morning at the Crest Crossing shopping centre.

The photo received a lot of reactions from social media users. Facebook user Maureen Ludolph said: "Amen. Without prayer we cannot start our day."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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