- A female traffic warden in Kwara state has been praised for her selflessness in easing traffic
- In a clip that has since gone viral, the officer went under the rain to give instructions to motorists and cyclists
- People were wowed by her passion as some said they really need her contact so that they can bless her with money
The video of a woman controlling traffic despite a heavy downpour in Kwara state has stirred massive reactions on social media.
In the clip, the woman abandoned her shelter, stepped into the rain, and worked energetically to ease traffic on the road.
As the traffic warden worked with so much passion, she kept checking her time. The result of her work was evident as traffic on every part of the road kept moving seamlessly despite the heavy rain.
While many people praised her for her selflessness, others said a properly installed traffic light would have done the job, wondering why there is still a traffic warden on the road in this present age.
Watch the short video below:
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"That is stupidity to me. She has been provided shelter from rain and sun. If she falls sick tomorrow another traffic warden will be in that same post pending when she recovers."
"This is a busy road.....it needs traffic right."
"God bless her."
"Normally this is What traffic lights are for."
"Can I appreciate her with a token, her handle please, or someone close to her."
"She's passionate about the job Seriously."
"And she is not even awere they are videoing her, bless you."
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported on another video that went viral. The clip has been shared online of a little one who can be heard saying the most adorable prayer in the world about food and groceries.
In the clip, the cute little one basically asks the Lord to please fill up their grocery cupboards. She then goes on to ask if He can also please send her a delicious burger, adding that she will exercise to burn the calories from her burger meal.
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