Moses Kuria, the Member of Parliament for Gatundu South has been in hospital since the beginning of last weekend after he was operated on on his leg.
Various leaders across the country have been paying the Legislator a courtesy call at the hospital and wishing him a quick recovery after the operation.
It's still unclear what caused the problems on the leg of the Member of Parliament who is really outspoken as far as politics in the country are concerned.
Through his social media account, Moses Kuria thanked the Deputy President, William Ruto who was accompanied with Honorable Ben Washiali and Pope Philip Koech.
This visit has drawn different views from Kenyans, here are some:
Brian Ohanga: Quick recovery,hope NHiF pays all the medical bills.
Mwash Muriuki: Pole Sana mheshimiwa, may God will be done as you quickly recover.
Francis Githinji: Sasa Baba kesho utamuona amefika ngoja uone muigizaji hodari.
Stanley Koskei: Mahustlers huelewana, quick recovery bozz.
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