Netizens online have reacted by praising a step mom who is taking care of another woman's kid with special needs who sadly died few years ago.
Stephen Kamau met his wife at the age of 18 and shortly after, they moved in together. They were blessed with a son named Brian and then a girl named Faith. Faith was prematurely born at 8½ months and from the complications, she was diagnosed with Celebral palsy. When Faith was aged 2 years, her mom passed away.
Kamau raised her daughter for five years alone, his relatives neglected him. Kamau was a driver and one day when he was leaving work, he met a woman who changed his life. Mary was the lady who changed his life. She made Kamau to feel comfortable, he opened up to her on the first day and later exchanged numbers.
Later that night, Kamau called Mary asking her to speak to Faith. Mary was loved by Kamau's kid on her first visit at their home. Mary she's charming and amazing and her skills has helped Faith a lot.
Netizens praised Mary for what she's doing and asked God to bless her abundantly.
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