Kenyans have taken to social media to heap praises on the wife of the PSG legend Jean-Pierre Adams who died on Monday following what she did while his husband was under the Intensive Care Unit.
Before his death, Adams had been in a coma since 1982 which resulted from a medical error that saw the doctor administer the wrong dose of anesthetic before a routine knee operation, which caused brain damage.
During the 39 years that he was in a vegetative state, his wife reportedly sat beside him and provided all the care that he needed. Further reports have it that she even refused to heed advice from people who argued that her husband should be disconnected from the life support machine.
The story of Adam's wife's character has sparked mixed reactions from Kenyan men with the majority commending her for being beside her husband to the end. Others, however, felt that it would have been a better idea if Adam's wife had instructed the hospital to end her husband's pains by ending her life. Below are some of the reactions.
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