- A popular social media user took to Twitter to thank an unidentified woman for spending her working hours cleaning the streets of Kampala, Uganda
- Sharon Kyomugisha shared a snap of the lady hard at work and not only spoke about her gratitude for the woman's initiative but also for the local and national government
- Sharon said the lady is doing her job right by keeping the streets of Uganda's national and commercial capital clean
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Sharon Kyomugisha on Twitter gave thanks to a lovely lady who spends her days cleaning the streets of Kampala, Uganda. Sharon shared an image of the unidentified woman bending over at the side of a road as she uses an old branch to sweep the dirt.
She also shared her gratitude with the local and national government for employing people like the lady in the image to do such helpful work. Sharon mentioned that Kampala's streets are smart and clean. She wrote:
"When you wake up to Kampala's smart and clean streets, she is one of the people doing her job right."
Sharon's appreciative post about the woman gained over 3 000 likes
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Social media users commend the lady who spends her days sweeping streets
"This is impeccable - someone diligently doing her job with zero supervision and with utmost commitment. Public servants in high echelons of power have a lot to learn from her and put it into practice. #ShapingProgrammingTogether"
"I'm always re-energised on the road seeing this team doing its work as early as 5am daily."
"Sometimes we overlook the handy people who do for us what some people call 'menial tasks'. Gratitude to the lady and the rest of her team."
@TwahaKKaawaase responded with:
"Indeed! Great respect to the men and women keeping our city clean."
"Let's appreciate them for the good work they are doing and making Kampala clean."
"Nice... May God continue blessing her."
Halala: Woman, 40, who worked as cleaner at UKZN bags degree from same institution
In other inspiring news about women in the cleaning industry, Briefly News previously reported that a 40-year-old woman wowed Mzansi with her educational journey. Sthembile Mngwengwe worked as a cleaner at the University of KwaZulu-Natal for a massive 14 years.
She graduated from the same facility with a degree last year. Her story was initially shared on Twitter by Kasi Economy. Inspired by her determination, Briefly News reshared her work to Facebook and received an outstanding response from inspired South Africans.
Sthembile bagged her degree in Social Sciences from UKZN. South African social media users took time out to praise her resilience, hard work and pure determination that led her to where she is today.
Source: Briefly News