Former Prime Minister Rt Hon Raila Odinga, Mbeere South MP Col (Rtd) Geoffrey Kingangi, Githunguri MP Hon Kago wa Lydia and EALA MP Hon Mpuru Aburi on Tuesday morning paid a visit to ailing MP Moses Kuria at the Karen Hospital.
Shorly after Raila and his team visited the vocal Gatundu South Constituency MP in hospital, a team from Deputy President William Ruto's office arrived to visit Kuria.
According to remarks by Kuria, led by Hustler Nation Spokesperson Mr Dennis Itumbi, Mr Davies Nzioka and UDA's Director of Communications Wanjohi Githae, the team visited him to deliver get well messages from the Staff at the DP's office.
"Received a get well.message from the staff at the Deputy President's Office delivered by Mr Dennis Itumbi, Mr Davies Nzioka and UDA's Dirextor of Communications Wanjohi Githae," Kuria said.
The People's Empowerment Party (PEP) Party Leader has been recuperating at the hospital after undergoing surgery a few weeks ago.
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