ODM Director of Communications Philip Etale has claimed that the departed former Mp of Ainabkoi Constituency Hon William Chepkut, took the risk to save His former Boss the late Nicholas Biwott by donating one of His body organs when the entire family and friends had gambled on many options to solve the problem.
Etale revealed that there was a time during the reign of the late President Daniel Moi when the Then Minister Nicholas suffered from a kidney failure and was forced to operate in a very tough conditions since He was sick, and being a government Official, He needed faster operations in order to resume His duties.
Seeing the Predicament, Chepkut who was working closely with Biwott decided to take the decision to remove one of His own Kidneys and give to Him, in a well planned move that involved family members and also close allies who could keep the confidential information.
While supporting His claims, Philip says that He had a rare opportunity to know Chepkut many years back when He was just a journalist who was struggling to make His way in the career, and part of their jobs was to interview politicians who were known during that era, when Moi was alive now that they formed the government and crucial parts of the society.
Reports had it that apart from the medical sacrifices, the two had occupied the inner circle in Moi's regime and had unlimited access to the State House and other services, including intelligence services which helped them sail through the politics of the Nation which was faced by many tribulations.
Some Kenyans who flocked the comments section of Etale's tweet claimed that the same energy and commitment should be transformed to the working of the Country and ensure that Kenyans are well taken care of, while others said that Chepkut was a good leader, despite operating in the government which was full of controversies.
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