Popular vernacular journalist, Jeff Kuria who host a show at Inooro Radio alongside Nyoxx wa Katta has confirmed that one Stephen Chege, the man whose video went viral while he was digging when seated has found help. Chege has been offered an artificial leg by the Association of Physically Disabled People in Kenya.
Here is what Jeff Kuria wrote:
"A man's commitment to hard work despite having only one leg has paid off after a video of him digging while balancing on his only leg went viral.
Stephen Chege will now receive a prosthetic leg after NTV broadcasted his story. In the video, which was shared widely on social media, Chege is seen digging while seated and balancing on his one leg.
The feature story caught the attention of the Association for the Physically Disabled in Kenya (APDK). Chege was ferried from his home in Muranga to Nairobi by APDK on Thursday, September 23.
Chege, who has been using crutches to move about, was assessed and had measurements taken for his prosthetic leg.
APDK Nairobi branch manager, Christine Muteti stated that they were moved by his determination hence wanted to create a positive impact in his life.
"We are really pleased that we are going to put a smile on his face by getting him an artificial leg that will empower him, " she reiterated."
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