The Active African Christians United Movement (AACUM) held a prayer session in Hammanskraal against the Cholera outbreak that has claimed 23 lives.
- AACUM wanted to remind people that God is still with us even in tough times.
- Advocate MoAfrika says that the current coalition government, DA, has no intention of helping Hammanskraal residents.
- The AACUM is not only praying for the outbreak but also supporting the families who have lost loved ones.
- By end of June they should be having at least 2 bore holes that will be providing water to the community of Hammanskraal.
The prayer service took place at Ebenezer Bible Church to remember those who have lost their lives and those who have been hospitalised.
Advocate MoAfrika wa Maila, the party president, said the prayer session was a means of fighting Cholera and preventing it from spreading.
He also said that AACUM wanted to remind people that God is still with us even in tough times. Residents attended the prayer session, believing that divine intervention was needed to combat the outbreak.
” Our prayers were also extended to families who had already lost loved ones as a result of the outbreak. We were really glad to see the community attend the prayer session,” said Advocate MoAfrika.
Advocate MoAfrika says that the current coalition government, DA, has no intention of helping Hammanskraal with its water crisis.
“Tshwane MMC for Human Settlements Ofentse Madzebatela spoke about a five-year plan to fix the water crisis in Hammaskraal on the show broadcasted lately.
The question I asked was, “What are the people supposed to do right now as they wait for the five-year plan to be finalized?” said Advocate MoAfrika.
The AACUM is not only praying for the outbreak but also supporting the families who have lost loved ones to pursue legal action against the municipality. Orphanages and old age homes receive water from them.
In addition, Advocate MoAfrika said that they are currently raising funds for a borehole project, and by the end of June, they should have at least two boreholes to supply water to Hammanskraal.