Kenyans have been taking part in a challenge trending on Facebook, the hashtag then and now challenge, which is about showing how the participants were faring a few years ago and how they currently are, in the year 2021.
Several people have shared their photos in the challenge which have got Kenyans share their mixed reactions with some making fun of some photos, while others have been lauded and appreciated.
One of the participants in the challenge has caught the eyes of many as his testimony is a true definition of grass to grace.
The participant who has been identified as 'Just Call Me Jack' posted a photo of himself in a tattered dirty t-shirt and does not look attractive (in 2012), but in the next photo he is well groomed in a neat suit and looks very healthy (in 2021).
Kenyans appreciated his major transformation as they lauded and glorified God who they believe is the main reason for his 9 years time change.
Take a look at their reactions;
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