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Moi issued a clean bill of health, discharged from hospital

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Former President Daniel Arap Moi has been released from Nairobi Hospital in the latest updates.

President Moi was released after his medical team led by Dr. Silverstein gave him a clean bill and that he is okay to return home.

Speaking on the former president’s health update was press secretary Lee Njiru who confirmed he had indeed been admitted for two weeks.

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He noted that the family was aware of the messages of encouragement and quick recovery sent and that they were thankful.

Less than a week ago, reports indicated that he had been discharged from the ICU and that he was now receiving treatment at the general ward.

Lee Njiru dismissed worrying information making rounds on social media confirming that he is recovering well.

Just before the update, Kenyans had been worried about the former president’s health status when a convoy of vehicles was reported outside the hospital.

It was later discovered that a former police boss was being released from the mortuary in preparation for a decent sendoff.

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