Daina Chepkemoi, who returned from Saudi Arabia, 4 months ago, has embodied grass to perfection.She has returned to Meru University to continue her studies, and the touching photos and videos she has shared on social media show that she is content.
Diana Chepkemoi is a well-known TikTok user with a large followers.Chepkemoi gained notoriety after photos of her appearing thin went viral. In Saudi Arabia, she allegedly received harsh treatment.
Kenyans took to social media to support her family as they asked the government for help in relocating her.
Her amazing tranformation photos shared online has awed netizens and here are some of their reactions that i have sampled:
𝐓𝐨𝐦: The only difference is the make up. All in all she was lucky to survive such horrific ordeal. God is good
𝐀𝐧𝐧: She can go back to saudia now. She has gained her strength and the real her.
𝐄𝐥𝐢: By disobeying the elders and postponing her studies she learnt a lesson in a bitter way.
𝐉𝐚𝐞𝐥: There are three categories of people you can't advise. Man United fan, Prophet Awuor's believer and a woman heading to Saudi Arabia. Rudi Saudi Arabia tena at your own risk.
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