- The governor was urgently taken to Aga Khan hospital where he was immediately admitted
- He fell ill shortly after arriving at Kisumu Catholic Church for a mass to install region's new Catholic Diocese Archbishop Philip Anyolo
- Doctors at Aga Khan assured the governor was in stable condition
Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o has been taken to Aga Khan hospital where he is admitted in Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
The governor fell ill when he was attending a mass to install new Kisumu Catholic Diocese Archbishop Philip Anyolo on Saturday, January 12.
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Kisumu Governor Anyang' Nyong'o fell ill shortly after arriving at Kisumu Catholic Church in a mass to install new region's Catholic Diocese Archbishop Philip Anyolo.
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Sources on the ground told JUST40DAYS that the governor was urgently whisked from Uzima University during the ceremony after he reported he was not feeling well.
According to the governor's communication team, he was admitted to the ICU ward at Aga Khan hospital but doctors assured he was in a stable condition.
He was expected to address the public during the event held at Kisumu Catholic Church which was graced by among others, ODM party leader Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto and FORD-Kenya leader Moses Wetang'ula.
The Governor Anyang' Nyong'o was admitted to Aga Khan Kisumu hospital. Photo:UGCSource: Getty Images
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Nyong'o was previously diagnosed with prostrate cancer and had flown to the US in 2018 where he underwent a successful hip replacement surgery.
Kisumu County Executive Committee (CEC) member in charge of finance Nerry Achar was expected to read Nyong'os speech.
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