Last week, Nakuru based Safaricom shop attendant Pauline Shamola won hearts when a picture of her kneeling down to serve a disabled customer went viral.
Perhaps eager for similar praise, Nairobi woman representative Rachel Shebesh found a disable beggar in one of Nairobi streets, and sat on the dirt next to him.
It is unclear what they discussed, but a cameraman was conveniently present to capture the moment. As expected, not everyone was buying it.
@RownyJr tweeted, “Now shebesh is pulling a @Safaricom_Care lady stunt? The money stolen would have bought this man a wheelchair”
— Duke_rowny. (@RownyJr) October 30, 2016
Some more tweets.
— Dj Double Trouble (@DjDaboTrabo) October 31, 2016
Then there's Shebesh with her pathetic PR ? kwani Hawa watu wanatubebanga aje?? pic.twitter.com/6lX5Mxlt6w
— married to ARSENAL (@cindie_makau) October 31, 2016
— The Eyes Have It (@Red_AlertMe) October 31, 2016
Did Shebesh really do this? Copycat ?? Andu aya! Who are her PR pple? Roof top graduants? We need holes to hide&re-emerge after elections pic.twitter.com/HHObOAXmV9
— Margaret Matolo (@maggymatolo) October 31, 2016