Ceragem, the company behind the electric mat which led to hospitalization of Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has revealed the mistake done by the MP while procuring the product.
According to the company, Kuria did a mistake of sending another person to buy the product on his behalf and therefore he didn't explain whether he had other underlying conditions. They affirmed that their products are safe and have been verified by the relevant government authorities.
Ceragem however apologized for the misfortune wishing him a speedy recovery adding that it was an accident like any other.
Speaking in an interview with Inooro TV, Kuria had faulted the product claiming that the manufacturer lacked KEBS certification as well as license from the Pharmacy and Poisons Board of Kenya.
He further disclosed that his legs used to freeze occasionally, something which he attributed to his daily wide travels. Kuria claimed that he decided to air the issue so that he can save unsuspecting Kenyans who might also fall victim of the same.
The MP has been admitted at Karen Hospital and has so far undergone three surgeries on his legs.
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