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Chloride Exide’s male employees dressed up as women in a cancer awareness campaign.

As corporate organisations celebrate customer week, Chloride Exide’s male employees dressed up as women in a cancer awareness campaign.

The men, led by their group chief executive, ditched their suits for dresses and heels, accompanied by accessorized handbags and neckpieces.

The company shared the photos on its social media accounts captioning how their male employees literally walked in women’s shoes.

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“Our customers were highly entertained today when our male staff, led by our Group CEO, walked a day in women’s shoes (Literally) in support of women’s health, particularly breast cancer,” they captioned the images.

The post was shared over 900 times received compliments from users who were impressed with the creativity.

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Fiona Ingolo commented; “I love it. The thoughtful gesture to try and spend and walk a day in my shoes. Loooooove it ?.”

Hodiah Hourldar Chepchirchir added; “Haha day made. Aki nitanunua battery hata kama sina gari ???.”

Esther Wangari wrote; “???????? y’all look better than me in a dress. I’d walk in to your offices just to make fun of you and have a good laugh.”

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Perpetual Mati stated; “I’m on the floor??? Very thoughtful of y’all. I love that you went all the way lipstick, nail polish and all. Thank you for the solidarity on women health!”

Muricho Were commented; “You won the CS week Chloride Exide??.”

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