Former city governor honorable Mike Mbuvi Sonko has melted hearts of Kenyans with his kindness early this morning. Following a video that he has shared on his official Facebook page, a disabled woman who goes by the name Angela and is alleged to be coming from Kariobangi, Nairobi County is seen holding her one year old daughter at her back crawling in the busy streets of Nairobi. However, where she is heading to nobody knows.
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The clip which governor sonko claimed to have received from a man who goes by the name Mungwana Mark Moses touched hearts of many Kenyans. And due to this reason, Sonko is searching for the woman so that he can offer her two brand new wheelchairs.
'Kindly connect me to her, I have two brand new wheelchairs for her today. Any good samaritan who spots this woman around Kariobangi to call my office via this number 0724354400/0736935711/ 0727707441,' Sonko wrote.
Here is the link to the video
See how Kenyans have reacted below.
KKindly share this articles so that this helpless woman can be assisted. You can as well leave a comment to our beloved governor in the comment section below.
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