It’s said, In the midst of chaos lies a silver lining, simply meaning, you should never feel hopeless because difficult times always lead to better days, and Murage is a true testimony to this.
Murage, the man who was arrested trying to smuggle his child from Kenyatta Hospital over Sh56,000 pending bill, was however released on Monday after a court gave him a three-month non-custodial sentence, he never knew that it is at this moment his life would change.
When he was presented before the courts, he was remorseful, sorry and you could tell, he’s a super dad.
Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has offered Boniface Murage a job. He has been asked to report to Sonko’s office immediately. But something that captured our attention was not much of what Sonko did but a selfless gesture of a policeman, Inspector Sanaet Tamooh.
On hearing of Murage’s plight he decided to sacrifice his three month’s salary to offset the bill. On getting to the hospital he found the bill had been cleared. So this morning he followed up on Murage’s case in the court and gave him the money after he was released.
That is pure kindness and selfless, especially from a policeman, and the controversies that surround the police force! Very powerful in many ways. He did not give out of abundance but in understanding the circumstances and the desperation of a fellow youth.
He is our hero! We celebrate him.