Starehe Member of parliament Charles Jaguarwas hospitalised at the Mp Shah hospital a few days ago. He underwent a successful corrective surgery on his right knee early Monday morning.
According to the video that made rounds online on Monday showed the legislator being wheeled into a ward, his right foot clad in a brace.
According to gospel musician DK Kwenye Beat who is apprised of the matter, the MP has been experiencing pains on his left foot from a 2019 incident.
Many of fellow musicians and members of parliaments made their way there and wished him a quick recovery, he was really jovial to see all of them.
Looks like he is doing even better this is according to a recent post that he has shared on his social media page.
"Other things may change us but we start and end with family.
Happy sunday" read his post.
He was with his children besides him and he was so happy, with his leg well tied. Check out some of the comments as his fans wish him a quick recovery.
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