Former President Mwai Kibaki this past Sunday made his first public appearance since jetting back from South Africa where he had been receiving treatment.
Kibaki appeared to be in perfect health when he attended the 12 o’clock mass at the Consolata Shrine catholic in Westlands, Nairobi.
Father Daniel of the consolata shrine was there to welcome Kibaki and asked the congregation to keep praying for for the former president’s health.
The appearance comes amid public anxiety from kenyans who have been concerned about Kibaki’s health.
On August 21, Kibaki was rushed to Karen Hospital after suffering a minor stroke but details were not immediately reveled.
He was later flown to South Africa by an Amref Flying Doctors air ambulance, accompanied by his personal physician, Dr Dan Gikonyo.
After being admitted at Netcare Sunninghill Hospital in Johannesburg, Kibaki underwent surgery to get rid of blood clot from an artery in his neck and spent another week in South Africa while recuperating with only his family allowed to visit him.
He would later quietly jet back on September 11 and has been resting at his Muthaiga home.
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