KWS ranger melts hearts after carrying disabled girl up a hill for this view – PHOTOS
A Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) ranger is the darling of social media after carrying a disabled schoolgirl up a hill for a view of Chania falls at the Aberdare National park.
Ranger Philip Wesa got touched after getting word from his colleagues of the girl who could not climb the hill because she is disabled.
Deborah Nyaboke from Joyland Special School in Kisumu had been left behind in the school bus by her schoolmates who went to view the waterfall.
Mr Wesa, upon getting the news, went to the school bus and carried the Form two pupil on his back.
The two ascended the hill with the help of other KWS rangers, all in a noble effort for the girl to get a magnificent view of the waterfall.
The overjoyed Nyaboke later joined her colleagues at the park, her dream was realized.
KWS congratulated Mr Wesa by tweeting; “Join us in honoring our @kwskenya selfless ranger Mr. Philip Wesa who went out of his way and hoisted a student from Joyland special school -Kisumu on his back to catch a glimpse of the magnificent Chania falls.”
Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife Najib Balala also congratulated him by posting; “Am proud of Mr Wesa and caring at KWS has no limits. Keep it up.”
Other Kenyans also joined and congratulated the ranger for his selfless act.
I salute this gallant KWS Ranger for his passionate and patriotic action.
— Said Hashim Alkhalasy (@AlkhalasySaid) April 17, 2018
Kindness.@WanjikuRevolt @RobertAlai KWS Ranger Philip Wesa is 1service man amongst many. He sacrificed to carry a disabled Deborah Nyaboke on his back in a hilly Aberdare National park in effort to make her view the chania Falls @kwskenya @Environment_Ke @waluwande @WilliamsRuto pic.twitter.com/jgtaO1L5Q2
— PapaTango14 (@Alphapapa12) April 17, 2018
Heartwarming KWS ranger ??
KWS Ranger Philip Wesa went an extra mile beyond his call of duty to sure a disabled girl Deborah who can’t walk viewed Chania Falls in the Aberdare by carrying her on his back…. https://t.co/m7WPNVDcYI
— Wanja Maina (@wanjaah) April 17, 2018
This KWS officer is my hero today. He carried a disabled student on his back down a steep slide in Aberdares national park in effort for her to see chania falls. Let’s celebrate him, Retweet & make sure his bosses see this @kwskenya @MwalimChurchill @IamNjokiKelvin pic.twitter.com/5loQMC0qSU
— IG:chege_eriq (@chege_eriq) April 17, 2018
KWS ranger Philip Wesa carried the young girl on his back. She wanted to view Chania Falls from the hilly Aberdare National Park but couldn’t walk like the rest of her schoolmates. pic.twitter.com/BeYyQkn7o6
— The African Voice (@teddyeugene) April 17, 2018
These are the selfless heroes we need today. @kwskenya, please recognize Ranger Philip Wesa. His act of selflessness is above and beyond his call of duty, and deserves the highest accolades. #Mashujaa pic.twitter.com/bPIadapsdI
— Naomi Mutua ?? (@AKenyanGirl) April 17, 2018
He is a wonderful, caring man!! We need more men like him in this world!! ?????❤️
— Lisa Crosby (@gigs111262) April 17, 2018
This man should be emulated by our selfish politicians whom poor Kenyans die for and carry them through heavy taxation so as to pay them big salary as we languish in poverty.
— Tegu Gucho (@TeguGucho) April 17, 2018