- A policeman was pictured lovingly babysitting a child whose mother was doing her KCPE exam
- One of the teachers in the school said the police officer ostensibly fell in love with the child as he took of him with ease
- KCPE candidates concluded their papers on Wednesday, March 24, after the three-day examination period
A Kenyan police officer has warmed hearts after he was spotted helping a Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) candidate take care of her baby as she sat for the national tests.
The KCPE exams kicked off on Monday, March 22, and several cases of pupils giving birth or sitting for the papers while expectant have been reported.
In the heartwarming video shared by Inooro TV, the policeman was seen cuddling the little child who was covered in a leso as the mother wrote her final paper in the exam room.
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One of the teachers of the school said the law enforcer had seemingly fallen in love with the baby as he willingly and lovingly babysat and with so much ease.
"He fell in love with this baby because he has been it and so proud of it. This is also building self-esteem to this mother who became expectant," the teacher said.
This happened as KCPE candidates concluded their papers on Wednesday, March 24, after the three-day examination period.
Meanwhile, Garett Talcott, a kindergarten teacher from the US, has become an overnight sensation after he was seen taking his pupils on a field trip virtually.
He only needed two things, his backpack and laptop. With that, Garett left for the zoo and made sure all his learners attended the lesson.
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Then, the 31-year-old walked around the Woodland Park Zoo as he pointed at a couple of animals and gave few details about them.
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