Kisii police commander showed an act of humanity by offering a helping hand to young girl whose picture of herding cattle and at the same time reading went viral.The Kisii Police Commander, Francis Kooli visited the young lady on Saturday, September 18, and presented to help her scholastic excursion.
Her photograph contacted the police supervisor who was moved by her hunger for information. He then, at that point coordinated a visit to determine what truly was going on.
Other than visiting her home alone, the police supervisor further went to Ololchani Primary School where she is selected.
The educators disclosed to him that Memusi was a focused and persevering young lady whose endeavors have paid off in her exhibition in school.
He, in this manner, serious himself to additional supporting Memusi's prosperity as he proceeds with her schooling.
National Police Service (NPS) appreciating the thoughtful gesture reached out by Kooli expressed the service is likewise dedicated to supporting training in the public arena.
"The National Police Service is a functioning partner in local area matters through our intricate local area policing projects and we praise the children's Department to guarantee wellbeing of children are consistently maintained," the expressed.
This comes only days after a grade six student from Jola Urabi Primary School contacted the hearts of numerous after he was imagined composing his schoolwork under a security light in Shanzu, Mombasa County.
The student distinguished as Salim Khamisi, was left with no choice other than looking for different choices to finish his schoolwork since his mom didn't have the means to purchase power tokens.
Well-wishers have since gone to the guide of the understudy and gave various things including; Solar board, battery, switches, attachments, and an inverter.
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