Healing and Cleansing Ceremony for Road Safety Held Along N1 Freeway - Mega Artists Media

Healing and Cleansing Ceremony for Road Safety Held Along N1 Freeway

In a united effort to ensure the safety of road users during the festive season, the Limpopo Province recently witnessed a healing and cleansing ceremony along the N1 North and South freeway.

Led by Deputy Provincial Commissioner Christine Morakaladi, the event saw the active participation of various faith-based organizations, including representatives from different Christian denominations, Rastafarians, and traditional healers.

The ceremony, held on Thursday, December 7, 2023, aimed at seeking divine intervention for the safety of road users.

Deputy Provincial Commissioner Morakaladi, representing Provincial Commissioner Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe, was joined by Waterberg District Commissioner Major General Dikeledi Mangena, as well as other senior officials and stakeholders.

“Today, we come together on this solemn occasion to honor the sacred ceremony of healing and cleansing the N1 road. This stretch of highway has witnessed its fair share of tragic road accidents. As we embark upon this journey of healing and transformation, let us draw inspiration from the inherent strength within us. Let us remain resolute and unwavering in our dedication to preventing road accidents, ensuring that every trip along the N1 road is both secure and unforgettable.” Deputy Provincial Commissioner Christine Morakaladi

Faith-based organizations performed separate rituals, calling upon their ancestors and praying collectively for divine intervention.

Following these ceremonies, pamphlets containing crime prevention hints and road safety tips were distributed to motorists along the freeway.

“With God within us, we will make a contribution to reduce road fatalities and also be able to fight crime in general.” Brigadier Mashaba, Provincial Head of Corporate Communication

The event garnered the presence of Head of Traffic Mr. Maluleka, Polokwane Municipality Representative Cllr Ms. Pheedi, Faith-Based Leaders, Rastafarian Leaders, Traditional Healers, and members of SAPS, Traffic, and policing structures.

“Some motorists are driving carelessly on the road. Let us pray that everyone would drive with consideration for other drivers. As the holiday season draws near, may God keep us safe.” Waterberg District Commissioner Major General Dikeledi Mangena

During the main event, Lieutenant Colonel Mudau commenced with a prayer devotion, setting the tone for the proceedings.

Waterberg District Commissioner Major General Dikeledi Mangena emphasized the need for responsible driving during the holiday season, urging motorists to consider others on the road.

Deputy Provincial Commissioner Major General Morakaladi, speaking on behalf of the Provincial Commissioner, emphasized the significance of the ceremony in healing and transforming the N1 road, which has witnessed tragic accidents.

She urged everyone to prioritize safety during the festive season.

“To win this battle, a multidisciplinary strategy headed by different institutions is required.” Cllr Pheedi, Chairperson for Roads, Transport, and Storm Water in Polokwane Municipality

The event concluded with Polokwane station Commander Brigadier Makhura acknowledging dignitaries and attendees through soulful music.

Three religious leaders, representing various faiths, Prophet Duplessis, Dr. Mokaila Traditional Healer, and Rastafarian leader Mr. Willems, closed the program with prayers, symbolizing unity in seeking divine protection for all road users.

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