For the last three days, a heartbreaking photo of a frail-looking man who was captured in Elgeyo Marakwet while addressing Governor Alex Tolgos's political rally has been making rounds across various social media platforms.
The photo of the man who was wearing tattered clothes and was walking barefoot during the rally touched the hearts of charitable Kenyans who vowed to look for him and make him a good surprise.
Good news is that the elderly man who was in a pitiable condition has now been identified and has even started receiving goodies from well wishers.
According to Sources, the man behind the picture is known as Mzee John Kiplagat Chebii and he hails from Toror area in Soy Ward, Keiyo North Sub-county, Elgeyo Marakwet County.
In matters relationship and family, he has one wife whom he has been living with and the two are blessed with children.
From the source, it has been noted that the man has several daughters who have already been married while their sons have already lost into drugs to the point that they have forgotten about him.
Below are some of his photo that suggest he has been living in abject poverty.
After surprise from well wishers.
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