- The Durban-based Facebook user has expressed happiness after getting help with his car from a Durban metro policewoman for
- Ntsikelelo Gojana recounts how he stuck in the CBD when his car had a technical fault and was saved from getting a fine
- The social media user's comment has received positive feedback from his followers as they thanked the policewoman
Not all metro police officers are incapable of being generous, that is a heartfelt sentiment shared by Ntsikelele Gojana of Durban who was helped in the CBD.
The Durban-based Facebook user says he was stuck in Durban central as his car could not start but he managed to move around due to the police officer's generosity.
Gojana took to the ImStaying Facebook page to thank the policewoman and his message has been welcomed by his followers as they also congratulated the woman. Gojana said:
“So today I was stuck in Durban central. My car couldn’t start because of my battery flat so I explained to this officer.
“Instead of giving me a ticket she offered to give me a push. She then called these 2 guys to assist her and they gladly agreed. Not all metro cops are rude. I’m staying because of her kindness. #ImStaying.”
Steve Middleton said:
“Thank you so much colleagues. Wwowwwwwww, You are all amazing, You are all proudly Ethekwini Durban Metro Police.”
@Veronica Pienaar commented:
“Awesome so glad you got helped. May God bless them abundantly for their heart of gold and kindness to help you. This is the Ubuntu we all pray for in South Africa.”
@Thando Qwabe also joined in on the conversation:
“Well done for spreading the positivity. We love public servants who actually serve.”
@Belinda Jean Fortune said:
“Thank you officer you are a great inspiration hope others follow suit.”
@Hle Mzobe has also expressed her views, saying she is happy her town is getting recognised for all the right deeds:
“I'm glad that Durban has people with good hearts...I was starting to get worried. Many of them I'm staying moments happen in many places but not in KZN...Well, but I am grateful to this group for teaching me to pay it forward...I appreciate this group very much.”
In other news, Briefly.co.za covered a story where a Cape Town couple found a cell phone owner through Facebook and successfully returned to the rightful owner.
Jonathan Deevian Vickory and his girlfriend Vanessa Louw made an effort to find the owner of a mobile phone she picked up in a taxi.
Vickory shared this inspirational story via a popular Facebook page, #ImStaying, where the proud boyfriend expressed delight as they successfully handed the cellphone back to the unnamed owner.
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