Kenyans have been left reacting after photos of a lady married to a poor and crippled man were shared on Facebook.
According to information shared on Facebook by Derrick, the lady pictured in the photos below got married to a man she loved.
The man is crippled and has never walked a step since he was born. He was poor and begged on the streets to make ends meet. His hands are weak and cannot do manual works.
The lady explained that she got alot of critics and discouragement from neighbours and relatives for marrying the man. Others called her an opportunist who wanted the man's inheritance but she ignored all the critics.
The lady and the man are blessed with two children. She carries her child in front of her belly while she carries her husband on the back.
Screenshpts of a post on Facebook by DerrickPhotos of the crippled man and his wife during wedding day
Photos of the happy couple
Photos of the happy family
Kenyans have reacted to this story as they claimed that truly, loves exists between the couple and the family as a whole. They wished them well.
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