A female police officer based at Huruma police station shows humanity by holding a baby for a lady as she casted her vote at Ngei PAG Church primary school polling center Mathare constituency.
The lady held the child on her left side while on the right hanged his riffle of duty. picture, courtesy (citizen tv)
The humain act has caught the attention of citizens that in return have shown gratitude by showering her with appreciation reactions and heart felt messages.
"she is based in the right police station, she has 'Huruma',"
"It's called mothers instinct, good reasoning and common sense is used,. Many thanks6to the lady police. Blessings. "
" This security personnel is a big hearted woman. We need more of those."
@john Kimathi Gichuru.
"I respect people in uniform, more love for this."
"Embracing motherhood... Kudos to the officer."
"Caring, loving amd responsible mother. "
Critics never fail to tag along, others have made a point claiming iven though its a humain act, she is neglecting her duty and compromising everyone's safety in the station incase a security breach incident occurs.
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