The internet has erupted as the photo of mother and son surfaced online. From the photo, a mother identified as Sarah Wanjiru was posing for a photo alongside her son hugging her from behind. The photo has gone viral and netizens could not talk their minds concerning this. Sarah Wanjiru posted the photo to send an alert to her followers termed "All in one challenge". From her photo, she captioned that the photo was a smiles challenge, son mother challenge and look alike challenge.
The above photo has created a social media buzz as Kenyans expressed different reactions online. As you know Kenya being an African country, there are some things which children should not do alongside their mothers. Many people have different beliefs on various issues in the society hence a situation can be judged differently depending on the cultural understandings of different people. Majority of netizens from Sarah Wanjiru's post, argue that it is an abomination for a son to hug her mother from behind other saying that mothers should set boundaries to their children in the process of growing.
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