Gatundu South Member of Parliament, Hon Moses Kuria, has been hospitalized for the last few days. It is not clear what led to his hospitalization but from the photos shared by him he can be seen with a cast on his right foot and bandages on the other leg.
As is the norm, leaders from different political fronts have been trooping in to visit him in hospital and wish him well. The latest visit has come from former vice president of the country and Wiper Party of Kenya leader Hon Kalonzo Musyoka.
After the visit by Kalonzo, Moses Kuria took to his social media page to show his appreciation to him. In his post he stated that he was thankful to the Wiper leader for his prayers.
Moses Kuria is known to be a close supporter of Deputy President William Ruto. Being visited by someone from another political wing seemed quite unusual in this case. It is for this reason that social media users took to the comment section to give their opinion on this.
Most of them praised Hon Kalonzo for the move as they also wishes Moses Kuria a quick recovery. This showed that any political differences are usually left aside during such moments. Similarly some people joked about the whole situation.
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