KAMPALA – The Officer-in-Charge of Namanve Industrial Park Police station, ASP Darlington Eiru, on Sunday helped a pregnant mother to deliver a baby boy.
Vincent Abisa’s wife got health complications and called police to help transport her to the health centre.
The officer responded but couldn’t transport her after she showed signs that she was about to deliver.
The officer pulled out his gloves and attended to her until she gave birth to a bouncing baby boy.
He later rushed the lady and the baby to the clinic where they are being taken care of.
The mother and child are in good condition.
“The Uganda Police Force thank ASP Eiru for the life saving help he gave to the woman and child. It is our mandate to save life and property,” Police said.
This comes after Mbale District Police Commander (DPC) SP Fred Ahimbisibwe on Sunday, April 12, 2020 saved a life of an expectant mother as she rushed her to the hospital.
According to a police statement, Mr Ahimbisibwe received an emergency call from a one Namboozo at 3am for transport assistance after she experienced labor pains.