Botshabelo learner benefits from police goodwill

Briagadier Paul Kubheka, Kamohelo Masakala, Luitenant-Colonel Setjhaba Sepeesa, and Colonel Mosiuoa Khotlele. Ntediseng Intermediate School learner, Kamohelo Masakala, was all smiles when he received his new uniform, donated by the Selosesha Police.

The 15-year-old Kamohelo Masakala, a Grade 10 learner from Ntediseng Intermediate School in Botshabelo, experienced the softer, more caring side of the Selosesha Cluster Police Management during a morning school parade. During the parade, Masakala was told that he would be getting a brand new school uniform.
Free State Police Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant-General Lebeoana Tsumane, supported by Brigadier Motantsi Makhele and the Selosesha Cluster Police Management, visited Ntediseng Intermediate School, hoping to motivate learners to work hard at school and to aim high in order to become future leaders that will improve South Africa as a country.
During his address, Luitenant-General Tsumane pleaded with the learners to stop bullying one another. He reiterated that they should refrain from being involved with gangsterism, drugs and alcohol. He urged learners to focus on their studies with the hope to make their parents, society and themselves proud.
Grade 10 learner, Kamohelo Masakala, was the thankful recipient of a brand new uniform. He then thanked the Free State Police Service for visiting their school.
Lieutenant-General Lebeoana Tsumane thanked the Selosesha Cluster Management for giving back to the community by changing one learner’s life through giving him a new school uniform. He encouraged learners to maintain a good relationship with the police as a way to keep their community safe.