Remember Gladys Kamande? The sick woman whose plight moved a street boy to tears? Well, she is in the news once again.
Gladys Kamande who has been blind and confined to a wheelchair for seven years and was forced to carry around an oxygen cylinder for all those years.
However, after undergoing treatment in India (thanks to Kenyans who contributed towards her medical fund), Kamande is now back on her feet. God has finally answered her 7-year-old prayer. She was blind and now her sight has been restored.
Gladys Kamande who has been in India where she underwent treatment, jetted back in the country yesterday. She was received at the airport by her family, close friends among them social media activist Ndungu Nyoro.
Well, Gladys has come out to thank God and Kenyans for the great support and here is what she had to say in a video that has gone viral.
"Kwa majina naitwa GLADYS WAIRIMU KAMANDE. Nilikuwa mgonjwa sana. Nilikuwa nimepotea macho 2010. Sikuwa na pumua, nilikuwa nabebanisha mitungi ya oxygen pamoja generator. Lakini nikaja kwa Wakenya, tukawaomba msaada na mkakubali kutusaidia. Mlitusaidia na pesa zenu na hata maombi. Kwa saa hii macho yangu inaona. Nimekaa 7 years bila kuona. Nilienda na nikatibiwa India na sasa ninaona. Kwa sasa niko sawa ninaona. Mungu amenisaidia. Nimeshukuru sana kwa wale wote mumenisaidia kwa maombi na fedha. Mungu awabariki."
Isn't God wonderful? Gladys Kamande has transformed into a beautiful woman and below are her latest photos, go through.