The Jubilee Party secretary general Raphael Tuju is currently enjoying a fruitful stretch in government where he is obviously a powerful politician; a cabinet secretary without portfolio with access to the mighty in and out of government.
However, everything has not always gone to plan for the former Party of action (POA) leader as he was involved in a nasty road accident when he was on his way to attend the funeral service of the late president Daniel Arap Moi.
Since then, some concerned kenyans have been raising alarm over his state of health and now those kenyans have been answered as Tuju has finally come out to reveal the status of his health.
Further, he says that seventeen bones have completely healed but one of the bones is still giving him sleepless nights as it is yet to completely heal.
He was responding to a question from KTN journalist Ken Mijungu.
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