- Maurice Oloo was fixing something under his car when two gentlemen called Eliud and Geoffrey came over and offered to help
- He then gave them a lift as they were headed home, only to learn that they trek daily to Wilson Airport from Mukuru kwa Njenga
- Maurice was so touched by their kindness and story that he bought them two new bicycles to make their commute easier
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Kindness attracts kindness, so the old adage goes. Nothing puts this sentiment into context better than the story of one Maurice Oloo and two gentlemen called Eliud and Geoffrey.
This is after he paid two gentlemen back in kind, who went out of their way to help him fix a plastic hanging underneath his car.
Strangers offered to help him
According to Maurice, he stopped his car and went underneath it to fix the part, only for Eliud and Geoffrey to show up and offer help.
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"I didn't invite them to help me, but they asked me to step aside that they would help me do it," he wrote on Facebook.
When they were done, he gave them a lift since they were coming from work, after which they disclosed that they trek daily from Mukuru kwa Njenga to their workstation around Wilson Airport.
Given that the distance is long, they either trek via the bypass or rely on occasional well-wishers to give them lifts.
Maurice bought them 2 bikes
Maurice disclosed that the men have no option but to trek because their daily pay is not enough to take care of their needs and transport.
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It was a revelation that touched the lead servant at Kings Gathering and Destiny Voices Media House, so much that he decided to buy them bicycles.
He shared photos of himself handing over two new bikes to Eliud and Geoffrey to help ease their daily commute.
"I heard it clearly. The plastic fell that you may make their journey easier," he wrote, adding that the two men carried their bikes home.
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Meanwhile, in another story reported by Briefly News,a South African man saw a woman's hesitation in purchasing noodles at Shoprite recently.
According to him, it looked like she mentally counted the cents she had left before making a decision. Tsepo recognised that she must be a student going through tough times. She did turn out to be a student when he walked to her to find out.
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The young woman was surprised by his willingness to help so much that she asked for his number to repay him for his kindness. But he flatly refused.
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