– A man believed to be a priest got stranded at the Nakuru-Nairobi highway
– His car had a flat so he had to pull over on the side and try correcting the issue
– A cop showed up, squatted and immediately started fixing the priest’s car
Slowly, day by day, cops are working towards redeeming their tarnished names and reputations.
While most people might associate them with corruption, bullying and pride, others tend to liken them to angels in human form.
A few police officers who choose to see the best in humanity have been at the forefront of changing the narrative that surrounds their profession.
They help the old cross roads, stranded motorists get home safely and break up fights if they have to. Call it humanity.
One such cop was spotted on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway taking his time to assist a motorist believed to be a priest.
The unnamed priest parked his car on the side of the road after realising that one of his tyres had a flat.
He had all the tools ready to replace the problematic tyre when a kind cop swooped in and went straight to work.
The man in uniform squatted and diligently changed the tyre as the owner of the vehicle watched.
It was a sight worth watching 1000 times over.
Kenyans on Facebook who saw the photo shared by Jennifer Mutai praised the law enforcer and referred to him as a true hero with a pure heart.
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Johannesburg Metro Police Officer was lauded for delivering a baby on a pavement. Rose Sithole has been an officer for the past 13 years and has never delivered a baby before. The incident occurred on Thursday, September 17.
The mother was reportedly on her way to a police station to wait for an ambulance when she went into labour. The command centre at the police station then received a call about a pregnant woman on the streets.
Sithole rushed to the scene with a colleague. After realising that the 30-year-old woman was in labour, Sithole asked her colleague to get a blanket from the police station. Upon his return, the colleague found Sithole, the mother, the mother’s partner and a newborn baby boy.
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