Gatundu South member of parliament, Moses Kuria, has been ailing for the last one month after he sustained third degree burns on his feet. Kuria sustained the burns from a machine he had bought to be warming his legs and managing fatigue.
It is now all praises after the lawmaker managed to walk for the first time without using any kind of support system. Moses Kuria has shared a video clip of him walking where he has gone ahead to thank God for seeing him through.
The parliamentarian has disclosed that it has not been an easy journey for him. He recalls how the doctors disclosed to him that the nerves were badly affected and it would take time for him to walk again. The legislator is now set to embark on his political duties.
During his period in hospital, Kuria managed to bring all politicians together devoid of the political affiliation one subscribes to. Most Presidential candidates paid the MP a visit.
The lawmaker has recently launched his party. Chama Cha Kazi has fronted it's first candidate in Kiagu ward, Meru county. Kuria is also on record saying that he will not be vying for any seat come 2022.
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