Ex-Kenya president Kibaki leaves SA hospital

JOHANNESBURG - Kenya’s former President Mwai Kibaki has been discharged from a Johannesburg hospital where he was admitted on 21 August.

The 84-year-old was in jovial and high spirits, his family said.

He would continue to recuperate for a few more days before returning home, their statement said.

Mr Kibaki governed from 2002 to 2013. His wife, Lucy Kibaki, died earlier this year in hospital in London.

Comments (2)

So these people rule their countries buying top of the range cars, siphoning huge sums of money to their foreign bank accounts and neglect to invest in state of the art hospitals that will meet their needs when the time comes. None of them die in their home country hospitals.

Galore - 31 August 2016

Thats true Galore. Even Bona Mugabe went to Singapore to give birth. This is foolishness, total double standards. Even the Rhodesians were not that selfish and stupid. Mugabe's son couldn't pass A levels and so that is why he is studying in Dubai. Studying or selling drugs I wonder? I never thought Mugabe was going to be so low, corrrupt 'comrade' Bastard

George Mutero - 7 September 2016

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