Generous traffic officer buys food for homeless people during lockdown

Generous traffic officer buys food for homeless people during lockdown

- A kindhearted cop set a brilliant example for all South Africans to aspire to

- During the 21-day lockdown, the law enforcement officer is doing his bit to feed the needy

- The generous officer urged all citizens to consider the homeless and hungry during these challenging times

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Ziyanda Mbalo came across the good deeds of a kindhearted law enforcement officer and took to social media to share the news.

She included a photo of the cop and added the following caption:

"This traffic officer took some of his time to buy homeless people some food. I forgot his name but it is testimony that even through this time that God has put us through he is still with us. God bless this man."

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Briefly.co.za discovered that Siphelelo Msamo was the officer in question and that the kind gesture was not a once off.

Msamo has been encouraging South Africans to give to the homeless and hungry during the 21-day lockdown.

The officer was pictured buying numerous loaves of bread and has urged others to follow suit.

Msamo was hailed as a hero via Facebook.

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Boniswa Anna Ngwandla said,

"He is blessed already."

Okuhle Twasile identified the kind officer:

"His name is Siphelo Msamo."

Velenca Davidson heaped praise on him:

"So super proud of you. Keep up the good work."

Lazola L-zee Moyi added,

"God Bless You My G."

In related news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on another kind man making a difference in the lives of South Africans.

Lonwabo Mafunda bailed out students at Walter Sisulu University by settling their student fees to enable them to graduate.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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