Police Officer Wows Kenyans After Buying An Expensive Wheelchair For a Disabled Man
By Culver | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 14 views
As Kenyans struggle with a crippled economy after the Covid, there are legends who've come out and exemplified generosity by supporting others out of luck.
Their activities demonstrate that regardless of one's economic wellbeing, they can in any case make a beneficial commitment to society in a period of misery. One Police Officer has warmed hearts of Kenyans after buying an expensive wheelchair for a needy man.
His acts of kindness has moved many. He really is to be blessed with his family. Many able politicians have been blamed for forsaking Kenyans in this season of need and resigning to comfort. Many dismissals of the senate and parliament has seen a postponement in many of measures declared by President Uhuru Kenyatta to ease a the lives of Kenyans.
While the generally boisterous legislators cover their necks in the sand, these Kenyans activities have given expectation and another hope in the lives of other people.
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