By AFRICAREVIEW.COM Moi out of hospital Kenya's former President Daniel Arap Moi discharged from Nairobi Hospital where he was admitted last week for routine check-up.
Ask former Presidents Daniel Arap Moi and Mwai Kibaki.
- The former was admitted on Thursday, December 13 at the Nairobi Hospital - According to his doctor, he was treated for flu and they blamed the chilly weather - The former president is responding well to treatment but needs time to rest Former President Daniel Arap Moi was on Monday, December 17, evening discharged from the Nairobi Hospital where he was admitted on Thursday, December 13, for a medical check-up.
Miguna's supporters turned against him expressing disappointment after he shared a tweet cautioning the president, Raila Odinga and former President Daniel Arap Moi over the ownership of the country.
Former President Daniel Arap Moi has been given a clean bill of health by doctors at Nairobi Hospital, where he was admitted last week, Mr Moi, 94, was taken to the hospital on December 12 for a routine medical check-up.
The bill was incurred in the eight years that Kanu was headquartered at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), during the reign of former President Daniel Arap Moi.
The debt was incurred over the period the then ruling party occupied Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) during the reign of former President Daniel Arap Moi.
The Nairobi Hospital, where retired President Daniel Arap Moi was recently admitted, had also reportedly sacked two of its senior administrators.
However, progress towards inclusion started in December 1991, when President Daniel Arap Moi, caving in to internal and external pressure for democracy, repealed section 2A of the constitution and returned Kenya to a multiparty system.
There are also fears that the government is divided on whether the recommended change of education system from 8-4-4 to 2-6-3-3 would be interpreted as watering down one of the legacy left behind by the country’s second president Daniel Arap Moi.