- An 11-year-old Zimbabwean girl rescued her friend from a crocodile attack
- The attack occurred when Latoya Muwani was swimming and the brave rescuer was exiting the water
- The father of the victim was very grateful for the act of bravery from the 11-year-old Rebecca Munkombwe
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A young girl from Zimbabwe named Rebecca Munkombwe, who is only 11, is reported to have rescued her nine-year-old friend from a crocodile attack.
According to Face2FaceAfrica, the crocodile attacked the innocent nine-year-old called Latoya Muwani while they had both gone swimming together with some other children.
When interviewed, Rebecca said she felt compelled to rescue Latoya because she, Rebecca, was the oldest of all the children who were swimming.
She said, "I was getting out of the water when I heard my friend screaming."
When she heard the screams of young Latoya, Rebecca rushed behind the crocodile and attacked it with her bare hands. The crocodile still persisted, as it already had Latoya's thigh in its jaw, which caused the brave girl to jump behind its back and gouge its eyes.
The crocodile became uncomfortable and let go of poor Latoya who sustained only mild injuries.
The father of Latoya Muwani said when he later heard that his daughter was attacked by a crocodile, he thought he had lost her.
Fortune Muwani was very thankful to the young brave girl and said he was grateful to God for the miraculous rescue of his daughter.
According to a local councilor Steve Chisose, crocodile attacks have become an issue of great concern as it keeps recurring.
Meanwhile, a Kenyan inventor known as Morris Mbetsa has created drones capable of flying human beings in the air, and have become known as flying taxis.
The gentleman comes from an extremely poor background. He had to go through thick and thin to get out of that situation and become who he is today.
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