While being interviewed by Ken Mijungu on Wednesday night, Mr Tuju disclosed that when he suffered the car accident while on his way to former president Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi's burial in 2020, he fractured a total of 18 bones.
He noted that 17 of them had completely recovered by there was one that was still giving him hard times but noted that he was doing much better since he has been under the supervision of the doctors.
Raphael Tuju on his health after the accident he survived recently. "I broke 18 bones, 17 have completely healed only one is not yet there but i am good."#NewsHour https://t.co/H8yJhmbCNl
Raphael Tuju's revelation comes at a time when Kenyans have noticed that he has relatively lost a lot of weight since he suffered the deadly accident along the Nairobi Nakuru highway.
With his disclosure, it is expected that Kenyans will now rest and let him recover in peace without giving him much political pressure since he is still an active politician mostly in the ruling Jubilee party.
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