A Kenyan man has wowed the hearts of many people after he revealed to have singlehandedly raised his daughter after his wife passed on.
Sharing her journey since the mother of the baby died the Kenyan man narrated his struggles raising his daughter alone after his wife died a situation that most men could have found so challenging.
Mikevans Juma said that his wife, Esther Njoki's kidneys had failed, and to save her life, he donated his proving how much he loved her and valued her in his life.
But unfortunately, Njoki did not manage to overcome the condition and died four months after the transplant leaving him with a one-year-old daughter, Princess.
And so he had no otherwise but to quickly adjust to the changes and move on with life as he had to father and mother his young daughter at ago.
Talking to tuko news he revealed that he carry her on his back when going to market for grocery shopping, like her mom would have done to her.
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