The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU), led by its 2nd Deputy President Bonny Marekwa, will be renovating the Ottoshoop Police Station in the North West province as part of celebrating and commemorating what would have been our former President Nelson Mandela’s 100th birthday.
As we join the rest of the world in celebrating the legacy of our former statesman, a revolutionary whose selfless attributes continue to usher inspiration of hope, peace and equality to all noble people the globe over, we will be focusing on reviving one of the many dilapidated infrastructures that many of our police officers find themselves in; places where many continue to be attacked, robbed and even lose their lives.
In renovating this police station, we believe the infrastructural integrity will indeed improve working conditions and service delivery to the surrounding community of Ottoshoop, and bring back dignity to both the station and community in taking the fight against crime forward.
These renovations will take place as follows;
Date: Wednesday, 18 July 2018
Time: 09h00 am
Venue: Ottoshoop Police Station, Ottoshoop, North West Province
Media and the public is hereby invited to cover and participate in the event.
Issued by POPCRU on 16/07/2018
For more information contact; Popcru Spokesperson Richard Mamabolo- @ 063 695 6663