Tension has been raised in rift valley as their vocal member of parliament is admitted in hospital.The member of parliament is william chepkut who represents the people of ainabkoi constituency.The real cause of his admission at the hospital is not yet confirmed.
Oscar sudi confirmed the same when he posted the photos of him in hospital with william chepkut.Below is what oscar sudi posted;
'This morning i paid a visit to my friend and colleague Hon william chepkut who is currently receiving treatment in hospital'.sudi wrote.
After writing this,oscar sudi posted some photos of him in hospital and here are the photos;
Chepkut's admission in hospital comes after some weeks since kiambu member of parliament moses kuria was admitted in hospital due to a burn injury in his legs.We wish the two mps a quick recovery.
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