- A police offcer is celebrated for devoting her time to preparing face masks and delivering them to residents for free
- Victoria Namunyack, through this gesture, has attracted attention and commendations to herself
- Apart from making the facial masks, she also takes her time to enlighten local citizens She not only makes masks for the locals but also educates them on hygiene and social distancing
A female police officer has warmed the hearts of many for her kind gesture in helping citizens stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The officer identified as Victoria Namunyack has been using her free time to benefit the locals in Isiolo.
Daily Nation reports that Namunyack is a Kenyan police officer attached an officer based at the Isiolo GK Prison.
The report said the female uniformed officer decided on sewing masks for the people after she discovered that most of them had none or were not wearing in the face of COVID-19.
Namunyack decided to help the residents making use of a sewing machine she bought with her first salary she joined the police.
According to findings, she devotes about three hours every day outside her house producing the masks that she distributes in the afternoons before going to work.
Namunyack explained that she went into the voluntary gesture by distributing 200 masks to her colleagues who were enforcing the night curfew.
She said the gets the materials for the masks from a town.
Apart from sewing the masks for the residents, the policewoman also teaches them concerning COVID-19 on how to stay safe.
Namunyack also entertains inmates while also taking them through modelling classes.
Legit.ng earlier reported how Nigerians took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to hail some police officers for their kindness to a couple.
The Nigerian police had taken to Twitter to share what happened in the early hours of Friday, April 17, 2020. The police said that some of their officers came across a man in Ikoyi. According to them, the man was in distress.
The police revealed that when the man was approached, he explained that his wife was in labour at home. The distressed man noted that he has no means to take her to the hospital.
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