- Bishop Margaret Wanjiru was rushed to hospital on Thursday, May 21, and was put on oxygen after contracting COVID-19
- Ezekiel Mutua said she is now able to talk and has been moved from support machine
Former Starehe MP Bishop Margaret Wanjiru is out of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), Kenya Film Classification Board chairman Ezekiel Mutua revealed on Sunday.
“Bishop Margaret Wanjiru is out of ICU. Still hospitalized but doing quite well now. She’s able to talk and has called a number of people to express her gratitude. We give God the glory and wish her quick and full recovery,” said Dr. Mutua.
Wanjiru was taken ill on Thursday, May 21, and admitted at a private hospital in Nairobi he was put under oxygen after she turned out positive for COVID-19.
At least eight people who are reported to have had contact with the founder of Jesus Is Alive Ministries at her home also tested positive for COVID-19.
Kenyans on social media were quick to send their quick recovery messages to the former lawmaker with others raising questions with allegations that she hosted a group of people at her house.
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