- Lecturer Ruth Mburu came to the rescue of a student who came to class to write her exam by carrying the baby and allowing her to work peacefully
- Mburu, a lecturer at Machakos University, impressed many people with her compassion, and some said she is passionate about family and education
- viral: A lecturer's humble gesture of carrying a student's baby on her back went viral, and many can't stop talking about her gesture
A Machakos University lecturer has touched hearts both in class and online after volunteering to carry the baby of a student who had to sit for an exam.
Ruth Mburu's gesture hailed as humble
The baby was so comfortable that it slept peacefully on the lady's back as the exam continued.
A note posted along with the Facebook post read: "The lecturer picked up the innocent baby and continued invigilating the exam. This is extra mile...blessings beyond blessings, big up madam," he said.
Ruth is passionate about family education
Mbugua, who was also impressed by the lady's loving gesture, publicly appreciated her as well.
Content creator Duncun Mbuya, who also hailed the lady said: "This Ruth Mburu, a lecturer at Machakos University. When I met her several years ago, I could tell she was passionate about education and family."
"She carries answer sheets whenever she goes, just to ensure she marks and delivers results on time.So she wasn't pretending? May this child grow to be humble as Ruth. May her mother find favour after completing her studies. It is not easy to study when nursing a baby but she's dedicated."
Comments from netizens:
"This is so good a heart of a mother."
Rasta Gal Liz:
"Wow congratulations thanks mama."
"From the look I think the lecturer is called madam Mburu.... though I stand to be corrected if am wrong."
"And the father of the child is somewhere relaxing with another university student girl."
"Be blessed madam for the caring heart."
"Humanity at high level, bravo mamaa."
Couple welcomes their first child
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a couple, the Anechams, welcomed their first child in Navrongo in Ghana's Kassena-Nankana District in the Upper East Region after 21 years of childlessness.
The man, a member of The Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) in Navrongo, and his wife, a deaconess of The Church of Pentecost at the Kwamo District, celebrated their bundle of joy surrounded by loved ones at a dedication and naming ceremony at the Israel Assembly on October 22.
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