Why would anyone want to mistreat a pregnant woman, especially when she is in labor?
A Kenyan pastor had to participate in bringing a child into the world after a pregnant woman in labor suffered a cruel fate.
According to reports from edaily, the pregnant woman had boarded a bus (matatu) but was thrown out of the bus because she was in labor. Luckily for her, Pastor David Mwangi Mburu of the Christian Faith and Hope Ministry in Maragua, Murang’a County, Kenya, was on hand to help her birth her baby alongside some other women who had gathered, right there on the road.
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Pastor Mburu had successfully delivered the woman of her baby girl even as the women who gathered looked on. He said:
"It is totally unacceptable for public transport workers to callously throw out a passenger in such a manner. When they were asking her to board the matatu, they knew she was pregnant."
According to an eyewitness, here's what happened:
"I was traveling in the same matatu with the expectant woman when she said she was experiencing labour pains. After the matatu crew ejected her from the vehicle, myself and other women alighted and offered to help her deliver the baby. Their actions were really cruel, given the woman had already told them that her destination was Kano Hospital. Modesty calls for taking the expectant woman to the hospital, given her condition, before continuing with the journey."
It is good to be our brother's keeper.