[Photos] Mombasa artists salute medics using street art

The displays had the words "We salute you" with a picture of a nurse while another had the message "Stay home, stay safe, " .

In Summary

• Medical workers have been honoured through a series of beautiful art displayed in Umoja Estate by a group of artists.

•The artwork is in Mombasa county..

A street wall graffiti in honor of Kenyan medics.
A street wall graffiti in honor of Kenyan medics.
Image: COURTESY

Medical workers have been honoured through a series of artwork displayed in Mombasa county.

The artwork is in Buxton Estate in Mvita subcounty.

The art had the words "We salute you" with a picture of a nurse while another had the message "Stay home, stay safe, " urging Kenyans to keep safe to help control the spread of coronavirus.

The art also had a message appealing for peace during this time of the global pandemic.

The canvas appear leaning on some tall building.

The Kenya Defence Forces last week also showed their solidarity with medical workers by flying military choppers with banners carrying inspirational messages.

One military chopper flew a banner with the words, "God bless medics" while another had the message "Stay at home" urging Kenyans to keep safe to help control the spread of the virus.

Taking to Twitter, The Kenya Defence Forces shared a video of one of the choppers and said, "From one soldier to another! We salute Kenya's Healthcare workers."