Kind police officer pictured helping water vendor push his 'truck'

Kind police officer pictured helping water vendor push his 'truck'

- Kenyans woke up to amazing photos of a selfless police officer helping a trader who was stranded

- A water vendor who was pushing his mkokoteni under the scorching sun was lucky when a cop ran to his rescue

- The unnamed man in uniform helped push the cart and a driver stuck in traffic captured it on camera

To many people, the word policeman rhymes with something ugly, yeah? But the force has a few great individuals who go above and beyond the line of duty.

Kind police officer pictured helping water vendor push his mkokoteni
The officer helping out the water vendor. Photo: Ma3Route
Source: Twitter

They help, protect, advice and mentor without expecting anything in return. If that is not kindness, then tell us what is.

An unnamed police officer has warmed his way into people’s hearts after he was seen helping a trader push his handcart in a busy highway.

The water vendor was pushing a mkokoteni that was probably three or four times his weight and the burden became a little too much to bear.

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A kind cop who was in the vicinity rushed to the trader’s rescue and put his muscles to work as soon as possible.

A bunch of cars were parked bumper to bumper as the traffic snarl-up ate its way through the road.

Motorists watched in amazement as one driver decided to take photos of the cop’s act of kindness.

When the photos were posted on Twitter by user Ma3Route, Kenyans were proud of the sight that met their eyes.

They celebrated the kind officer for being his brother’s keeper and saluted the purely hearted man in uniform.

In other news by, a senior police officer who helped a woman give birth on the roadside won the hearts of many due to his heroic act.

Seargent Baguma Richard of Uganda Police Defence Forces (UPDF) helped the woman give birth after she went into labour on the road and could not reach a medical facility because it was 20km away.

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According to Deputy Spokesperson of the UPDF Deo Akiiki, the seargent helped to successfully deliver the newborn on the roadside in Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda.


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