Moses Kuria, the Member of Parliament for Gatundu has been in hospital for quite a few days now and over those few days, many leaders have paid him a visit.
The Gatundu legislator is said to have been operated on on his foot after he developed a problem on one of his feet and needed the surgery.
Other leaders having paid him a visit, Moses Kuria has always been seen lying flat on his bed as he was unable to move his body or his feet.
This night, however, the Governor for Nakuru County, Lee Kinyanjui has paid him a courtesy call at the hospital.
What is great about this call is that Moses Kuria has finally been pictured standing up as he took the photo next to the popular Governor from Nakuru County.
It's unclear as to when Moses Kuria will be leaving the hospital as he has not intimated about this to this point.
Moses Kuria remains admitted at a private Nairobi Hospital as he awaits full recovery so that he can make his way back into politics.
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