It is not a secret that the South African law enforcement authorities have a very bad imagine, as a lot of law enforcement officers are often accused and arrested for corruption and abuse of power, but we also known that not all law law enforcement officers are involved in corruption or abuse their power, and this touching story is proof of that.
According to the official Johannesburg Metro Police Department Twitter account, this unfortunate lady was brought to Joburg after being promised a job by a 'friend', but unfortunately the 'friend' abandoned her and left her alone in Johannesburg by herself with no money to pay for a taxi to go back home.
However the good news is that the lady was assisted by these beautiful Metro Police officers, as they safely accompanied her to the taxi rank, and they also payed her taxi fare.
"#JMPD F1, BMU officers & Traffic Wardens assisted a lady who was brought to Joburg by a friend & misled her into getting a job, then left her stranded.
Officers accompanied her to the taxi rank safely, contributed & paid the taxi driver to take her home
#JoburgWorks #JoburgCares" - Joburg Metro Police.
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