Tik Tok Dancing Nurse Lukresia Robai; Latest News Today
The era of tik tok has ushered in a whole new world of possibilities and opportunities in Kenya.
The latest social buzz in tik tok now features a KMTC student Lukresia Robai who was adorned and elevated after a dancing video that she shot and shared via tik tok went viral.
In the tik tok video, Lukresia is seen trying to light up the dimmed spirits of a toddler to whom she was administering medicine at the Kitale Level IV hospital by dancing to Baby Shark do do do do, a popular nursery rhyme.
When interviewed by Citizen TV on Tuesday, the nurse said that she decided to put on her dancing shoes and burn up the dance floor to entertain her young patient.
WHO IS LUKRESIA ROBAI?
Lukresia is a second-year student at the Kenya Medical Training College. Lukresia is an orphan who says her education journey has been a roller coaster, and she has only come this far because of bursaries and sponsorships. She takes her chosen career path very seriously, almost sacred.
The video has garnered over 200,000 likes and thousands of shares, and growth has brought to the forefront the need for holistic care in health.
“As a Nurse, I recognize that the goal of nursing care is to alleviate pain, meaning non-pharmacological therapy is as important as giving medication to achieve this goal”, Robai says. She adds, “I would like to challenge my peers to consider healthcare from all dimensions. The possibilities are limitless so always think outside the box.”
The charming Miss Robai is passionate about serving humanity in her role as a Nurse. “Being a Nurse brings me joy,” she quips. She believes that there is no better way to serve than to use her prowess in dancing with the skills she has acquired at KMTC to spread joy.
Lukresia says she noticed during her ward rounds that the boy admitted with a fractured leg was in low spirits and she instantly put on her dancing shoes and swayed away to ‘’Baby Shark Do Do Do’’ – a popular song with toddlers
“I am passionate about dancing, it is inborn. It feels nice to be part of that society or culture that promotes wonderful things in this life. Especially when I’m giving medications, because hao ni watoto, I go to them with some movement that is able to fascinate them,” Lukresia said.
Lukresia is an orphan who says her education journey has been a roller coaster, and she has only come this far because of bursaries and sponsorships. She takes her chosen career path very seriously, almost sacred.
“It feels nice to be part and parcel of people’s life. When you venture into medicine you are dealing with people’s health, you become a co-creator with God you have to take care of the sick and you have to be very careful because you are dealing with life,” she added.
Trans Nzoia County government has undertaken to pay the remainder of her school fees for the five months she has remained on her course and has assured her that she will be posted in the same hospital where she lovingly dances to her patients., a dream come true for the 22-year-old