Elizabeth Lukresia Robai, a tik-toker and the popular dancing nurse, could be soon untouchable.
This is after her viral video of entertaining a toddler admitted at the Kitale Teaching and Referral Hospital caught the attention of cooperates and well-wishers.
The latest to appreciate her gestures are the Expeditions Maasai safaris, a tour and travel company in Kenya.
The tour company on Thursday flew her to the city so that they could also reward her. Upon Arrival at the Wilson Airport, Elizabeth was taken for a short tour of the city’s CBD where she cheers up some homeless children with her enticing dancing skills.
Later in the day, the 22-year-old was treated to a big surprise of her life. According to Mr Pancras Karema, The CEO of Expeditions Maasai safaris, Elizabeth would be offered a 4-day free tip to Zanzibar.
‘’Help me congratulate Lukresia Robai the “Dancing Nurse” it’s 4 days to Zanzibar & 1 year Ambassadorial deal at Expeditions Maasai Safaris’’ Said Karema
One of the videos shared by the travel company, shows Robai dancing to Kizz Daniel’s popular song Cough with a group of dancers.
Earlier, Trans Nzoia County government has also undertaken to pay her school fees for the five months she is remaining on her course.
They also assured her that she will be posted in the same hospital where she lovingly dances to her patients.
‘’I have pledged to offset her tuition fees for the remaining period of her studies, further ensure she gets internship and finally be absorbed to serve as a pediatric nurse’’ said trans-nzioa county governor George Natembeya.
This evening I hosted paediatric nurse Elizabeth Robai Lukelesia a Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) student who was caught in a viral clip entertaining a recuperating child at Kitale level IV hospital Ward 8. pic.twitter.com/kGaweIk4kM
— George Natembeya EBS (@Natembeya_G) November 8, 2022
On her part, Lukresia said her dancing skill usually gets the kids with some kind of movement that can fascinate them
“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 kind of movement that can fascinate them,” Lukreshia said.
Most people are apprenticing for flying high the reputation of health practitioners for what most they said was a kind gesture.