Watch Moses Kuria walking unaided after accident for the first Time[Video] -
Watch Moses Kuria walking unaided after accident for the first Time[Video]
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Watch Moses Kuria walking unaided after accident for the first Time[Video]

Gatundu South Member of Parliament (MP) Moses Kuria is on his feet again, a video posted on Sunday confirmed.

The MP has been hospitalized for over a month with serious burns on his feet.

On the video, Kuria is seen going for a walk in the company of visitors who had visited him in hospital.

He was heard disclosing that it had been the firs the time he had been able to walk unaided since the accident, having recently been on crutches.

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The MP, however, requires an exceptional pair of shoes to walk since his feet are as yet wrapped in bandages.

“I’m glad I have these shoes now and this is the first time I’ve actually been able to be totally on my own feet and walk unassisted in one month. It’s a big deal for me to be walking, I don’t take it lightly.

“I thank God and the many prayers Kenyans have been making for me. God-willing I’ll soon be able to join my favourite team, Gor Mahia, for a friendly game,” the MP stated.

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Kuria was in the company of one of his doctors whom he contrasted with the late TV minister Reinhard Bonnke saying that God had used him to foster the MP’s recuperation.

Kuria experienced severe singeing on his feet after using an electric blanket gifted to him by a friend.

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“I am in hospital because I was involved in a minor incident in which I burnt my legs.

“I was first told that you connect it to the power, which I did. I connected it to power and stepped on it. At night, my legs raptured and I had to be rushed to hospital the following day,” he disclosed.

Third degree burns are quite severe and often require skin grafts due to the extent of damage caused.