It is always painful to lose someone you love due some forms of deaths that can be controlled.Kenyans have continued losing their lives due to accidents that can actually be controlled.Unfortunately,no one knows the time and date of his or her death.
Another MP was today left hospitalised after getting some accident under unclear circumstance.The lawmaker is said to have fallen down and injured some parts of his body.The reason behind his falling remains unknown.This comes some days after the Gatundu MP Moses Kuria also remaining hospitalised after getting some accident.It slightly took time for the public to know the cause of his hospitalisation which he later revealed.
Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi paid a visit to the Ainabkoi MP William Chepkut.In a photo posted by Oscar Sudi on his tweeter account,the MP is seen bandaged both his two legs and the right arm.The MP later thanked Sudi for visiting him.DP Ruto's brother David Ruto Samoei was also among those who visited the MP.Opera Mini wishes MP Chepkut quick recovery.
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