Former Starehe Member of Parliament Margaret Wankiru has been admitted in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus.
Even though the details are scanty, a revelation by now Starehe MP Hon. Charles Njagua reveal that she is receiving medical attention.
Jaguar called on Kenyans and most importantly the residents of Starehe to pray for their former leader and other patients battling the virus.
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“Today, I join the people of Starehe in wishing Bishop Margaret Wanjiru, our former MP, a quick and full recovery.
Let us also remember all the other Covid-19 patients in Starehe, Kenya, and beyond. You are in our thoughts. God will grant us victory over this invisible enemy.”
The news comes hours after it was reported that a prominent politician had been admitted at the ICU after testing positive for the virus.
According to the news, the politician had been ill for sometime without any clear knowledge of the disease.
A trip to the hospital prompted the doctors to conduct a coronavirus test which came back positive.
Currently the politician is reported to be receiving oxygen at the hospital under close monitoring of the doctors.
As at yesterday, an additional 80 new coronavirus patients were confirmed in the country bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 1109.
Kenyans were called upon to intensify in the fight against the pandemic especially those with young ones at home. This is after a 6-month-old baby was among the 80 new cases.
Higher numbers are expected to be announced in the country when many more samples will be collected and tested in a single day.