A Vocal rift valley Member of Parliament has been hospitalized in one of City’s hospitals. The Member of Parliament for Ainabkoi Constituency Hon. William Chirchir Chepkut has been admitted at one of the hospitals in Nairobi.
The news of his hospital admittance were confirmed after Member of Parliament for Kapseret Oscar Sudi posted photos next to the ailing MP.
Chepkut’s illness is not yet known but Judging from the photo’s posted by Oscar Sudi, the MP’s legs seemed to be the problem.
Chepkut is among the region’s leaders rooting for a DP Ruto presidency despite the ongoing political challenges rocking the DP’s camps. The MP is well known for his eloquence and humorous relations with the public.
Weeks ago, Moses Kuria was hospitalized after he suffered burns on his both feet from an electric blanket.
Kuria has been in hospital for the past one month nursing the injuries inflicted by the blanket. Chepkut’s injuries however seems to be less serious compared to Moses Kuria’s.
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