It is believed among various dominions that human being should be treated equal and among the Christians, it is said that neither the race, language, wealth nor physical disability shall make man different from each other before the Lord's eyes.
It is however sad when others are treated bad because of their physical impairment which is often witnessed in our current society. In most towns, beggars are spotted straining to meet their daily needs including food, transport and shelter.
Today, a bodaboda man impressed many people online after a video resurfaced showing him helping a disabled man navigate through the traffic on the road. Backtail is usually witnessed along Valley Road from Nairobi city that most motorist remain stranded for sometime.
Many Netizens were touched by the act and shared the video online. Here is the link to watch it. https://twitter.com/Ma3Route/status/1487074850980118530?t=vjntfqdWkxgv70Wb8_e0xg&s=19
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