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Meet Kenyan Uber Driver Who Helped Expectant Mother Deliver During Curfew Hours(VIDEO)

A Nairobi-based Uber driver has won plaudits from Kenyans after he helped an expectant mother safely deliver at night with doctors refusing to admit the woman who was in labor pains at the Mama Lucy Hospital.

The driver who has been identified as Justus Nyaboto in an interview with KTN news confirmed that he opted to take the action after he noticed that the expectant woman was in pain but no doctor was willing to attend to her.

"It was around 1:30 a.m. in the night and so we reached the hospital and went to the labour ward. Unfortunately, when I told her to come out of the car, she was unable to walk out. I asked for help but the soldier who was on duty asked me to go get a stretcher. I went to the emergency area and there was no working stretcher and you cannot put a pregnant woman on a stretcher," he said.

Eunice Kimani the then expectant mother was full of praise to Nyaboto who stood with her as she helplessly lay on the floor with the adamant nurses on duty refusing to attend to her insisting she should be taken upstairs.

In the video Nyaboto confirmed he decided to be working at night after noticing that people experienced transportation challenges at past the curfew hours with this instance being the second time he has helped an expectant woman deliver.

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