The newly appointed Johannesburg Mayor Jollidee Matongo was honoured in a beautiful ceremony today.Jolidee died due to an accident on Saturday travelling home after his hectic day at elections campaigns.
On June 16 which is Youth day Jollidee Matongo laid wreath for Hector Peterson and today they did the same thing in honoring him.This was a nice gesture from Metro Police and Municipality doing what Matongo was doing during his days.
A sad and also beautiful moment when the Joburg Metro police laid beautiful flowers for the departed Major.A well organised wreath laying ceremony. God bless and protect you all our officers and VIP protection.
Laying of wreath symbolizes love,remembrance, and acknowledgement of one's existence. It shows that they might be gone but not forgotten.
May his soul rest in peace.
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