- A Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) nurse has warmed the hearts of Kenyans online after a video in which she was entertaining a hospitalised young child went viral online.
- Kenyans expressed their love for the nurse for her noble gesture in the comment section of the video shared by one Dr Rowena Njeri, showering her with doting praises and messages of good cheer.
A Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) nurse has warmed the hearts of Kenyans online after a video in which she was entertaining a hospitalised young child went viral online.
The lady who was later identified as Lukresia Rubai could be seen in the viral video dancing to the No. 1 most-viewed video on YouTube Baby Shark, which is a children’s song associated with dance involving hand movements.
Starting this week with such positive vibes! If you know her say hi to her, thank her for bringing such joy to this little child. May her doors in this career open wider and further. pic.twitter.com/2eJ66F5dcT— Dr Rowena Njeri (@footsoldierRow) November 7, 2022
The nurse left many Kenyans in awe after displaying a show of well-choreographed dance moves as she danced for the young child who seemed to have wished to join in but could do nothing more than to occasionally wave their hands to the tune and offer a wonderful smile.
All that was a precursor to the icing on the cake and the final act of kindness which was to present the young child with a present.
Kenyans expressed their love for the nurse for her noble gesture in the comment section of the video shared by one Dr Rowena Njeri, showering her with doting praises and messages of good cheer.
Here are some reactions from Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) who interacted with the video:
There's a time i was hospitalised in Kenyatta, and the fear of all the stories I've heard almost killed me. I was surprised that there were awesome doctors and nurses who went above and beyond [there were some bad apples, of course]— MKPTSD (@NdegeKev) November 7, 2022
Huyu apewe hiyo ministry ya health C.S— mBENSONi (@KathengE_Goat) November 7, 2022
God bless her.Most medical practitioners are always angry.— Eldad makokha (@EldadMakokha) November 7, 2022
She is very passionate about paediatric nursing, kudos.— Lewis Mwangi (@lewismwangi93) November 7, 2022
This absolutely melts my heart ❤️❤️ may she carry the positive vibes through out her career.— Muthoni Dolline (@Muthoni_Dolline) November 7, 2022
????????That's so therapeutic. I like it. She should be encouraged to work with children more— Sisa Ian Duncan (@sisa_ian) November 7, 2022
Some people noticed a Jerry can I saw love, passion, dedication this is pure love.— V. Oluoch Psaropoulos (@ViOluoch) November 7, 2022
@footsoldierRow this lady deserves more in the ministry of health,such a joy is of paramount importance and should not be underestimated— langat shadrack (@langatshadrack5) November 7, 2022
Dr. I don't know the Nurse but I am moved by her passion and dedications.— Wãwerū Jåysõn~????️ (@Jayson02091303) November 7, 2022
May God who sees deep inside her heart bless her openly.
I can't wait to share this talent with @health_proj @rbfhealthzim @GlobalHealthOrg @GlobalHealth @IMC_Worldwide @TorontoMedics