Kind police officer makes masks, gives them to residents for free

Kind police officer makes masks, gives them to residents for free

- Namunyack spends at least three hours of her free time making masks for the locals and distributes them before going to attend to her duties

- The police officer who is stationed at the Isiolo GK Prison has attracted the attention of many for her kind gesture

- She not only makes masks for the locals but also educates them on the importance of hygiene and how to observe social distancing

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A female police officer has warmed the hearts of many for her kind gesture in helping citizens stay safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The officer identified as Victoria Namunyack has been using her free time to benefit the locals in Isiolo.

Kind Isiolo police officer makes masks, gives them to residents for free

Victoria Namunyack sewing masks to give to locals during her free time. Photo: Daily Nation
Source: UGC

According to a report by Daily Nation, Namunyack is an officer based at the Isiolo GK Prison.

The beautiful woman resorted to sewing masks for the locals after she realised most of them were just walking around without caring about the deadly virus.

Namunyack decided to help the locals by using her old sewing machine which she bought with her first salary after joining the police department.

Daily Nation reports that the police officer spends at least three hours daily outside her house within the GK Prison making the masks that she distributes in the afternoon before heading for her official duties.

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The kind officer has been among those tasked to enforce the dawn to dusk curfew within Isiolo.

Speaking to the local paper, Namunyack said she started by distributing 200 masks to her colleagues who were enforcing the night curfew.

The woman who had dreams of venturing into fashion had become the talk of the town for her great gesture.

According to Namunyack, she sourced for material to make the masks from Isiolo town and used skills she learnt back in high school.

She also takes the initiative of educating locals on the importance of hygiene and social distancing while distributing the masks.

Namunyack also entertains inmates while also taking them through modelling classes.

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