A story done by Radio Jambo has shocked many and also gave hope to many across the internet.
In the viral story a man who was rushed to Kenyatta National Hospital nine months ago in a comma has woken up and amazingly spoke.
However a report by the kenyatta national hospital has revealed that the officer was take in to the facility by cops after he was involved in a horrifying road accident.
His leg was broken and he had a serious head injury, Kimutai was put in the ICU where has been recovering at since then.
He was booked in as Unknown male person by police officers who brought him to the KNH, he had no identification card on him making it hard to a identify him.
His family by then had filed a missing person report, on the other hand police officers had also dismissed him from his duties after he failed to appear at his work place for 10 days.
Amazingly, reports from the hospital indicate that after 9 months in a comma, Kimutai has woken up and spoken shocking many in the facility.
He revealed he was a police officer based at the Makadara Law Courts, which the hospital confirmed.
His family said they are happy he is back and will deal with other issues later.
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