The Anglican church bishop is urging South Africans who are above the age of 60, to go and register so that they can be vaccinated. One of the reasons why he wants South Africans to go and get vaccinated is because her sister lost her life at the hands, of the deadly diseases Covid-19 two days back in Gauteng.
On the 11th of May 2021, Bishop Thabo Makgoba wrote a status via his Twitter account asking for prayers from the masses as her sister, was still in hospital due to Covid-19 complications sadly enough his elder sister succumbed to the diseases. One thing I admire about the bishop is that he's raising awareness about the dangers of the diseases it really pose a serious threat to humanity and he doesn't want what has happened to him and every other victims to happen to us as well.
So far we don't know the date when his sister Martha is going to be laid to rest, may her soul rest in peace. It's a very difficult time for bishop as well as every other loved ones of Sister Martha I wish the family strength. These are very difficult times we're living in everytime it might be the last one talking, with your loved one's.
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