- A pretty lady recently decided to pay a surprise visit to her blind friend after eight years of being apart
- In a video, she arrived at the blind lady’s home in the company of some friends who went along with her
- The visually impaired lady was so excited after she found out and she immediately screamed while hugging her friend
A touching video on TikTok shows a blind lady’s reaction to a surprise pulled by her best friend.
The best friends had been apart from each other for eight long years.
However, Josieb2015 on TikTok, decided that it was high time she met her best friend again.
Without giving any notice, she landed at the lady’s location and went close to her. She allowed her to feel her hands and she immediately recollected who she was.
In the sweet video, the lady screamed as she stretched out her hands to hug her friend.
Social media reactions
“She looks nice in the new dress please get her more.”
“Not only is she beautiful but I believe she’s gat a beautiful heart too. Upendo tele from Kenya.”
“This is true friendship and love for each other help her now she needs it.”
“A blind person saying nsanyuse okulaba this is not funny but the language doesn’t give meaning sometimes.”
“Have a blind friend called patie but that gal always surprises me.”
Watch the video below:
@josieb2015 #blindbestfriend #bestfriendscheck #blindreaction #blindbeauty #blindbutsmart #blinddate #blindlady #blinddate #blindreact #blindfriendstory #blindfriend #eyecheckup #ug #blindsocialexperiment #blindcanadian #smartblind #bestfrienship ♬ Billionaire (From “Return of the Billionaires”) – Stanley Okorie
Blind woman surprises young son
Meanwhile, we previously reported that they say nothing is as strong as a mother’s love and this saying could not be any truer as Rose Wanjiku defied all odds to appear at his son’s Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) recruitment for moral support. The Kirinyaga woman who is also visually impaired did not have bus fare to travel to General Kassam Stadium in Gichugu and she, therefore, left her house at 5.30am to make in time for her Washington Murimi’s training.
Speaking to reporters, Wanjiku said she had to be at the stadium to pray and cheer his son because his dream was to join KDF since way back. “When I arrived here (at the stadium) I just prayed to God because I want my son to join the KDF as this has been his dream and he will also help our family,” she said. The loving mother said her husband abandoned her in 2013 when she lost her eyesight due to a brain tumour and she makes detergent to keep her family afloat.
Unfortunately, her son was not picked by the KDF after the long and rigorous training. In a paid-up advert on local dailies in January 2021, the KDF announced positions for the general service officer (GSO) cadets, specialist officers, general duty recruits, tradesmen and women. Successful candidates for the above shall be notified through the print media between February 18 and February 28.