In this year, several of Kenyan leaders have been admitted to various hospitals after they got ill. Some of the legislatures that have been admitted include Gatundu South legislature Moses Kuria and Ainapkoi Member of Parliament, William Chepkut.
With over several months now, both legislatures named above are still undergoing treatments at various hospitals. Both Moses Kuria and Chepkut underwent leg and knee surgery.
Besides that, another legislature who hails from Ruto's backyard home, Rift Valley region has been admitted to hospital after falling sick.
The legislature was to host DP Ruto on Wednesday at a fundraiser of 36 churches at AIC Chebolol in Tharakwa Ward, Kesses sub-County, Uasin Gishu County.
Kesses MP Swarup Mishra Kiprop reportedly admitted to hospital undergoing medication after falling ill. The legislator was expected to host Deputy President William Samoei Ruto at a fundraiser for 36 churches on Wednesday at AIC Chebolol in Tarakwa ward.
However, details of the hospital he has been admitted to have since remained scanty on social media and news centres.
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