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Update on former President Moi health condition

NAIROBI
By Julius Chepkwony | December 15th 2018

Former President Daniel arap Moi (pictured) is responding well to medication.

Baringo Senator Gideon Moi yesterday confirmed that Moi, who was admitted to Nairobi Hospital on Wednesday, is doing well and thanked Kenyans for their prayers.

The Senator spoke during the 14th Kabarak University graduation ceremony which he presided as the university pro-chancellor. He was stepping in for Moi who is the university chancellor.

“Mzee Moi was admitted to hospital but he is getting better and we are confident God is taking care of him because of your prayers. We are very hopeful that in the next few days, he will be back with us at home,” said Gideon.

Moi was admitted to the hospital for a routine medical check-up.

Gideon also delivered Mzee Moi’s message of goodwill to the people.

He called on graduands to uphold core values of integrity, excellence and professionalism and be mindful of the welfare of others.

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