Previous President Mwai Kibaki has been admitted to a Nairobi emergency clinic scarcely fourteen days after he was released.
The previous head of state is said to have been driven back to The Nairobi Hospital on Monday evening and was admitted to the VIP wing where he is right now accepting treatment.
While there was nobody from his family to remark on what is feeble the previous President who is credited for a real advancement record during his term, sources inside the emergency clinic on Wednesday that Kibaki was being “treated for a comparable condition that had taken him already”.
A month ago, the ex-President was admitted to a similar city clinic and was treated for “severer agony at the lower midsection”.
Gituku told the Standard paper that Kibaki was dealt with and released that day, including that it was a normal registration for the 89-year-old business analyst.
Officials conscious of government security tasks told the Star that the previous head of state was reserved under a code name and the entire floor made sure about.
This is to ensure his security at the medical clinic.
“Only a top nurse, specific doctor(s) and his personal doctor are allowed to attend to him,” our source said.
“Even his details are not registered at the hospital.”
Kibaki, 89, served somewhere in the range of 2002 and 2013 as the nation’s third president.
He has kept up a position of safety after he left the workplace in the wake of serving Kenya for two terms.
Kibaki was in London in September a year ago for a progression of clinical registration following a knee issue that was corrected.
That was his third excursion abroad for treatment after he was traveled to the United Kingdom in 2002 after a mishap in Machakos during the overall political races.
Kibaki won the races that year and was confirmed on December 30.
Kibaki was additionally admitted to The Nairobi Hospital on January 20, 2004 after torment in his leg.
The previous president was traveled to South Africa in 2016 where he effectively experienced treatment.