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KDF Soldiers On Patrol Rescue Pregnant Woman, Help Her Deliver

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According to KDF, the soldiers with the limited medical aid available managed to facilitate a safe delivery within 30 minutes. Photo: KDF Facebook.

Kenyan soldiers have been praised after rescuing a pregnant woman.

The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) sub unit deployed in Gherille Forward Operating Base while on patrol within Gherille Centre came to the aid of an expectant woman who was due for delivery.

The woman travelled from Gherille, Somalia and sought delivery services at the Gherille side of Kenya’s dispensary.

Sadly the dispensary has limited medical capabilities and cannot handle delivery.

According to KDF, the soldiers with the limited medical aid available managed to facilitate a safe delivery within 30 minutes.

This was much to the relief of the mother who had been in labour for some hours.

The mother, identified as Quresha Mungay gave birth to a healthy baby girl weighing approximately 3.5 kilogrammes.

The mother and the newborn were later handed over to the Gherille health facility for postnatal care.

Netizens praised the soldiers for their humane acts and show of kindness.

Amazing. God bless all men and women in uniform who are dedicated to serve the country – David Macharia said.

Congratulations, service to humanity is service to God – Elvis Tarus posted.

Humanity at the peak, Happy to see my coursemate Dennis – Lenaruti Patel said.

May Almighty Allah bless you Comrades for the job well done – Abdub Gallgalo said.

Helping a sick woman

Recently KDF soldiers on routine patrol were led to a sick woman within the area who was extremely weak from symptoms of severe dehydration, diarrhoea and vomiting.

According to KDF, the patrol medic sprung to action without hesitation and attended to the woman who needed urgent medical attention.

While attending to the sick woman, more residents arrived requesting treatment.

Many were suffering from tonsillitis, malaria, and allergies among other ailments which were assessed and treated.