Gatundu South member of parliament, Moses Kuria, have been hospitalized for the last few weeks at Karen Hospital in Nairobi. Unconfirmed reports indicate that the lawmaker sustained some foot injuries and he was booked for surgery.
The politician has been receiving delegations of powerful leaders who have been flocking the hospital ward to check on his progress. The visits have become so frequent such that it has started to look like a political affair other than the normal hospital visits.
Staff at the Deputy President's office have also paid a visit to the ailing MP just a few hours after the former prime minister made his way to the hospital. The three staff members who visited Kuria on Tuesday afternoon include; Dennis Itumbi, Davies Nzioka and UDA's Director of communication, Wanjohi Githae.
Details about this visit were shared by Moses Kuria on his social media platforms. "Received a get well message from the staff at the deputy president's office delivered by Mr Dennis Itumbi, Davies Nzioka and UDA's Director of communication Wanjohi Githae."
Earlier on Tuesday morning, ANC party leader Musalia Mudavadi and Raila Odinga were among the top politicians who visited the parliamentarian.
Kalonzo Musyoka and KANU's Gideon Moi are also among the leaders who have checked in at Karen Hospital to visit the MP. Deputy President William Ruto made his personal visit to the lawmaker on Wednesday last week.
As the country heads to the 2022 general election, these visits have started to raise eyebrows among political analysts. Moses Kuria's influence in the Mt Kenya region cannot be ignored.
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