A grade 5 pupil by the name Janet Memusi at Ololchani primary school in Trasmara West is now a beneficiary, assured of support in her academic journey from a Commissioner of Police and County Commander of Kisii after her photo went viral while herding cows.
According to a Facebook post by National Police Service, they expressed gratitude with overwhelming joy inspired by the move and cause of action towards the child by one of their counterparts where they associated themselves with doing good for the children.
This comes after the young girl was pictured rooted in her books studying while at the same time herding cattle. This is little expected of a girl child where perhaps there were boys in the same homestead.
Through a viral photo circulated online through Facebook and Twitter, the incident sparked reactions from netizens that actually caught the eye of the commissioner. In response, many have congratulated the police for his helping hand to the poverty striken girl.
One Ibrahim reiterates that we need such police officers as Josephine notes that cops are human and can do a good job.
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