- A young woman opened up on some of the challenges faced during the lockdown period
- The woman works as a cleaner at a hospital and one of the sacrifices that she's made is limiting physical contact with her own baby
- Social media users were touched by her post and praised her for the sacrifices made
A young woman took to social media to highlight her dedication to the cause during the nationwide lockdown.
In a touching Facebook post, Ntsako Joy Ngomane detailed some of the sacrifices she's had to make during the challenging period.
Although not a doctor or nurse, Ntsako is still at risk due to her job as a cleaner in a local hospital.
One of the pitfalls of the situation is that she's had to limit the physical contact with her five-month-old baby.
Despite the immense challenge, she vowed to "render her service" until the end.
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Her post was shared via the #ImStaying group and attracted a whopping 31000 likes. Nearly 5000 positive comments were shared as well.
Amy Dougan said: "You are wonderful. God bless you and your family."
Dineo Moqeki added: That's brave sister...may God protect you and all the people risking their lives to make sure that the country survive this epidemic...stay blessed my dear."
Nombulelo Mandimo responded: "Thanks for the commitment and sacrifice during this time, there's no way that God cannot protect and bless you with your baby."
Legit.ng had also reported about another cleaner, a 60-year-old woman who goes by the name Norma Ritters. The woman who works as a cleaner in a hospital said she would not let the fear of coronavirus stop her from going to work.
She said: "If I stop going to work because of fear, a new epidemic will start, just keep praying for us."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Ichor Joshua, led a team of engineers, to build a locally-made ventilator so that more people can survive the pandemic.
He said that while there has been a lot of focus on high-tech ventilators, they worked on the ventilator to cater to environments without resources like a power supply.
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Called an S-Vent, Joshua said that the machine was built using materials and components that make it easy to build the ventilator anywhere. With its solar power technology, there is no limitation on where it could be used.
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