Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria walked the streets of Dubai after being hospitalized for 137 days.
Along with his family and friends, the MP went straight to his official Facebook page to record his trip after recovering from a rare operation at a US hospital in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
During the protest, Kuria expressed his gratitude to Kenyans, saying he had received encouraging messages from many people while he was in hospital in Dubai.
He added that the stem cell system is revolutionary and will help many victims who have experienced traumatic experiences.
“I am proud to be a part of this modern pioneer technology. I hope it will help many people as well,” he said.
Meanwhile, a Kuria doctor said he was pleased with the progress of the MP who was in critical condition when he visited the Middle East country.
“Today we are walking with Moses on his feet after 137 days. He is a patient who had the courage to undergo stem cell surgery. He was resurrected after a traumatic event,” he said.
here is the link of Moses Kuria walking ; https://youtu.be/vTiikzeyvjY
At the prestigious international hospital in the United Arab Emirates, Kuria was visited by various officials including Vice President William Ruto and Kapsaret MP Oscar Sudi.
During an interview on a television station in October last year, Kuria revealed that she had burns on her legs after using a blanket recommended by her friend after feeling numb.
“First I was told you were connected to electricity, I did. I connected it to electricity and walked on it. At night my legs were happy and I had to be rushed to the hospital the next day,” he said.
Therefore, the health committee of the National Assembly was tasked with investigating the company. The committee at the time said it would travel around the country to identify health products that have not been approved by the government.
Kuria is expected to return to the country on Saturday, February 19 and will hold a thanksgiving service at Thika Stadium in Kiambu County.