Police Officer Warms Hearts After Helping KCSE Candidate Take Care Of Baby While She Sits For Exam
By Drachir | self meida writer
Published 18 days ago - 1 views
A Kenyan police officer has warmed hearts after he was spotted helping a Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidate take care of her baby as she sat for the national tests.
He was seen cuddling the baby and this warmed many hearts. A teacher in the school said the officer did so willingly and with so much ease.
This happened when one of the student from Mirako secondary was taking her first paper. When the police officer so that student was in pain for looking over the child, he decided to take care of child for someone time as her mother was undertaking exams this morning.
It's not usual for men to take care for young children, but i thank Lord this police officer so enough mercy on that student. Let Lord bless you "afande" for the great job done even Jesus said let little children come onto me. For they will get the Kingdom of heaven.
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