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Edward’s Act Of Bravery

Helping the weak and vulnerable comes naturally to Edward Loloma. Mr Loloma, 25, believes in ordinary acts of bravery. On Monday afternoon, Mr Loloma, was walking along Maqbool Road in
05 Nov 2015 11:51
Edward’s Act Of Bravery
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Helping the weak and vulnerable comes naturally to Edward Loloma.
Mr Loloma, 25, believes in ordinary acts of bravery.
On Monday afternoon, Mr Loloma, was walking along Maqbool Road in Nadera when he heard the cries of a woman.
Her iPad was stolen allegedly by a man who currently has a number of robbery and theft cases pending in court.
“I was walking along the road with my co-workers and then we suddenly heard the cry for help from a woman,” he said.
“Without any hesitation, I ran after the guy who tried to steal the iPad. He left the iPad behind when he saw me running after him but that did not stop me. I had a feeling that he had been doing this type of unlawful acts for a while,” he said.
Edward said crime rates could be minimised if people took a stand against such crimes.
“I had to run a long way to catch the guy and then I took him straight to the Valelevu Police Station.
“Our country is a happy place and if we all work together to assist the Police then we can live peacefully too,” he said.

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