Photos: Journalist wins Kenyans’ hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees

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Journalist wins Kenyans' hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees

– A Kenyan journalist working for KBC has become a national hero after rescuing a disabled man from a swarm of bees outside the Supreme Court.

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– In photos that have fast gone viral,Muyakane is seen carrying the disabled man and fleeing from the area where the bees had invaded.

A Kenyan journalist is still receiving heaps of praises following his heroic act outside the Supreme Court on Wednesday,September 20 2017,during the landmark presidential poll petition ruling.

Victor Muyakane, a journalist who works for KBC has become an instant online sensation after he was captured rescuing a disabled man on a wheel chair from a swarm of stinging bees.

As reported by TUKO.co.ke earlier,there was drama and chaos outside the Supreme Court after bees attacked protesters, journalists and police.

Journalist wins Kenyans' hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees
Victor Muyakane rescuing a disabled man from bees. Photo: Twitter
Journalist wins Kenyans' hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees
Victor Muyakane rescuing a disabled man from bees. Photo: Twitter

Well,as everyone was fleeing for dear life after the agitated insects descended on them,Muyakane took it upon himself to rescue a helpless disabled man.

In photos that have fast gone viral,Muyakane is seen carrying the disabled man and fleeing from the area where the bees had invaded.

Journalist wins Kenyans' hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees
Victor Muyakane rescuing a disabled man from bees. Photo: Twitter

The journalist’s act of bravery has been lauded by Kenyans from all walks of lives including fellow scribes,and even politicians.

Journalist wins Kenyans' hearts by saving disabled man from swarm of bees
Victor Muyakane rescuing a disabled man from bees. Photo: Twitter

TUKO.co.ke has learnt that the disabled man suffered serious injuries from the bees’ stings,but was rushed to hospital by St Johns Ambulance Rescue Team.

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  1. Mary Ngati says

    #Itsthelittlethingswedo #Humanity

  2. Anonymous says

    Show love to everyone

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