A random Kisumu-based man has pulled out the heartstrings of Kenyans online after carrying his heavy grandmother like a baby to cast her vote at a local polling station in the region.
The man whose identity hasn't been made known yet is alleged to have braved the public eye as he headed to Kibwayi primary school polling station in Kisiani, Kisumu County.
Following pictures shared by Billy Miya on his instagram handle, the man was pictured in green vest and black trousers as he carried his helpless grandmother during the incidence.
"This is my hero today! An elederly voter is carried by man to vote in Kibwayi Primary school in Kisiani, Kisumu county," read the caption of the post.
Kenyans who came across the viral photo have flooded the post with numerous opinions praising the kind man for his good intentions. See some below;
Hanna Gakuo: Well done. God bless the young man.
Millicent Adhiambo: This man should be awarded.
Victor Otieno: The man should be awarded with a state job either by the national government or county government of kisumu ASAP.
Hellen Wangene: Not all heroes wear caps 🧢.Salute
Martin Maina: We need such people in kenya.
Bishop George Okuta: County of KISUMU should employe the man in security department immediately
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