Oscar Sudi Visits Ainabkoi MP In Hospital (PHOTOS)

News of his admission was shared by Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi who had visited him at the medical facility.

Oscar Sudi Visits Ainabkoi MP In Hospital (PHOTOS)

Ainabkoi Member of Parliament William Chepkut has been admitted to hospital.

News of his admission was shared by Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi who had visited him at the medical facility.

Sudi announced on Wednesday, October 13 that Chepkut was recovering after undergoing treatment, however, he did not disclose which hospital he was admitted to.

MP Oscar Sudi with MP William Chepkut in hospital. /TWITTER

“This morning I paid a visit to my friend and colleague William Chepkut who is currently receiving treatment in hospital. I wish you speedy recovery Mheshimiwa,” wrote Sudi.

The Ainabkoi lawmaker responded to Sudi's kind words by thanking him for paying him a visit.

“My brother Oscar Sudi passed by to wish me a quick recovery. Asante bro,” he said, also not disclosing what had led him to the hospital bed.

Photos seen by Viral Tea showed the lawmaker's legs plastered and his right arm wrapped in bandages while he lay on a hospital bed. 

MP Oscar Sudi with MP William Chepkut in hospital. /TWITTER

The admission comes two weeks after Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria was admitted at a hospital owing to third-degree burns suffered on his legs by an electric blanket worth Ksh250,000.

Speaking to Citizen TV journalist Francis Gachuri on Thursday, October 7, Kuria detailed how a leg-warming blanket, that he got as a gift from a friend who bought it from one of the company’s outlets in Nairobi, led to his admission to the hospital.

He held up the device during the interview while adding that his friend gifted him the blanket complete with instructions on how to use it.

"I was first told that you connect it to the power, which I did. I connected it to power and stepped on it. At night, my legs raptured and I had to be rushed to hospital the following day," he stated.

He added that he was rushed to hospital the following day where he underwent surgery after the doctor informed him of the extent of the incident. He went through three surgeries in relation to the incident.

Kuria had vowed for action against the blanket company and pushed for the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) and Ministry of Industrialisation and Trade led by Cabinet Secretary, Betty Maina to explain the methods they use to sell approved products to Kenyans. This is despite the company itself issuing a statement after the incident.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria holds up the electric blanket that led to his admission to hospital. /YOUTUBE