Images of a man who transformed and a lady he found on the street have gone viral on all social media courtesy of the OMG page. Allegedly, a man from South Africa found the woman stranded and in dire need in one of the streets. He deeply felt for her and on the same note took her to a shopping mall. As it is said, the rest is history. Those who commented on social media have committed the man for the good work saying that this is what should be happening everywhere.
This comes at a time when reports in Kenya indicate that gender-based violence has been on the increase. The people who bear the brunt of this vice are women, and this makes men perceived as perpetrators. In this case, however, the situation is different since the man took the initiative to support the stranded woman oblivious of the accusations that might arise for the same.
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