On Saturday, rumours emerged that Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria had been admitted to a Nairobi hospital and had his legs operated on. However, it remained unclear what the famous Chama Cha Kazi Party Leader was suffering from.
And on Sunday, a photo emerged of Belgut MP together with Murang'a Senator Irungu Kang'ata visiting the ailing Kuria in a hospital.
In the photo, Kuria who is currently under bed rest could be seen smiling with his two legs heavily bandaged, a clear indication the Gatundu South MP could have actually undergone an operation after injuring his two legs.
His right leg seemed the most injured with a leg supporter mounted on it to keep it in a straight position. It however remains unclear on what became of the vocal MP.
The same was confirmed by ODM's vocal blogger Dennis Nyambane.
This comes at a time when Kuria's Facebook account has been so busy with political posts, sending more confusion on whether the MP was seriously hurt or was just a minor incident.
Kuria has of late, been so vocal against Ruto's suggestions to have all Tangatanga MPs under one National party UDA. He has joined hands with former Gichugu MP Martha Karua and former Agriculture CS Kiunjuri to call for Mt Kenya Unity ahead of 2022.
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