Moses Kuria is the Gatundu South MP which is president Uhuru Kenyatta's constituency. The vocal lawmaker is well known for his strong political will which has seen him criticize even the top leaders in this country without fear of intimidation. Sadly, Kuria has been hospitalized in Karen Hospital in Nairobi where he has been undergoing treatment for almost 1 week now.
To show their love and support to the ailing legislature, many prominent politicians in the government and opposition parties have paid a courtesy call to the hospital to wish him a quick recovery.
1. Martha Karua
She is one of the most experienced long-serving female politicians in the country who has been dubbed the "The Iron Lady" and crowned as the Mt. Kenya spokesperson. She is also the first politician to visit the ailing Kuria is hospital and wish him a quick recovery.
He is the Wiper Party Chief who has been having big ambitions in the presidential race to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta. He was the second politician to visit Kuria in hospital a few days after Karua's visit. He went ahead to pray for the delighted patient and wished him good health through God's miraculous hand.
3. William Ruto
Despite political differences and occasional misunderstandings between these two politicians, DP Ruto broke the odds and decided to visit Kuria in hospital. He was accompanied by Hon. Ben Washiali and a man of God Pope Philip Koech. Moses Kuria was very delighted by Ruto's visit and went ahead to share his gratitude for this fine gesture on his social accounts.
4. Lee Kinyanjui
He is one of the most hardworking governors in Kenya as seen by the development projects in Nakuru County. Despite their differences in political ideologies, Kinyanjua passed by the hospital to deliver a message of good health to Kuria.
The latest politicians to visit Kuria are senator Gideon Moi who is also a 2022 presidential candidate under the KANU ticket and Hon Cyrus Jirongo who accompanied him. Kuria's close friends including the Speaker of National assembly Hon Justin Njoka, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua, and NYS chairman Njoki Mwaniki visited him.
This is a clear indication that there are no political enemies and Kenyans should embrace peace and harmony between each other despite their political orientation. Drop your comments below.
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