Jubilee Party secretary-general has inspired many Kenyans after doing a memorable 50-kilometre walk.
According to the source, the SG did the walk is his first intense exercise since the grisly accident he was involved in back in 2020.
Tuju is said to have completed the walk with only one lunch break that lasted for just 20 minutes.
The SG took part in the walk as a way of practising for a charity walk event he is organizing.
In the video, Tuju was seen practising the whole body as he walked along a dusty road. His hands were making the moves as enjoyed the walk.
After completing the walk, Tuju thanked the team that backed him up, those who prayed for him after the accident and more importantly, God, who gave him the healing.
"God is Great. Considering where I was last year, I can only thank God. Thank you for your support and prayers as I went through the trauma of the accident," he said.
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Tuju was flown out of the country for specialized treatment after the accident. Sources said President Uhuru Kenyatta is the one who ordered that the SG gets specialized treatment abroad.
He was heading to Kubarak to attend late President Moi's burial when the accident happened.
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