Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP) Moses Kuria has come out clean on where he bought the electric mat which led to his hospitalization and the amount it costed him.
Speaking on an interview with Inooro TV, the outspoken legislator disclosed that the product was recommended by a friend and he decided to give it a trial. He procured the mat to massage his legs owing to the busy nature of his work which often leaves his legs tired.
He purchased it through a certain MCA whom he concealed identity. Kuria further disclosed that the product was bought at Koinange street in Nairobi and costed him Kshs 250,000 (watch the video here, @02:27)
According to him, the product worked well at first and he had planned to buy another one and gift his mother. He however changed his mind after realizing the dealer didn't had KEBS certification and license from pharmacy and poisons board.
The MP suffered the burns after warming his legs bur didn't realize immediately. He claimed that he even attended an interview in one of the local TV station only to feel a burning sensation about 5 hours later.
He was hospitalized at Karen Hospital and has so far successfully undergone three surgeries.
Kuria claimed that he decided to come out clean on what transpired so that he can save Kenyans who might fall victim such situation.
Watch the video here.
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