KWS Honors Ranger Who Carried Disabled Child So She Could Enjoy School Trip


Facebook post shared by Kipchirchir Saina about a KWS Ranger’s  random act of kindness, students from Joyland special school in Kisumu went for a school trip to the Aberdare National park but one girl was left in the school bus because she is physically challenged.

The Ranger, identified as Mr. Philip Wesa carried the girl, Deborah Nyaboke on his back and helped her climb the hill so she could also get the experience that her schoolmates were enjoying.

This story has caught the attention and hearts of many people including that of the Mr. Philips employer, the Kenya Wildlife service.

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Mr. Philip was recognized in a special post by the KWS, acknowledging the selfless act of the Ranger who went beyond his call of duty.

May God bless him abundantly!

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