Retired president Mwai Kibaki was flown to South Africa for specialized treatment after developing complications late August this year. Kibaki reportedly developed the complications as a result of the accident he was involved in as he was campaigning for the presidency in 2002.
Kibaki’s swaggeriffic grandson in high spirits as the retired president turns 85 a month after undergoing neck surgery in SA
Joy has gripped Kibaki family as the former head of state turned a year older today; Kibaki had been flown South Africa for specialized treatment just the other day.
Kenya’s 3 president was admitted at the Netcare Sunninghill Hospital in Johannesburg for three weeks; doctors successfully removed a blood clot in one of the arteries in his neck.
Kibaki turned 85 today and his swaggeriffic grandson, Sean Andrew, was the first one to show joy for his grandfather turning a year old.
Sean took to the social media to praise his octogenarian grandfather for the accomplishments he has made in his life.
“Back in 2011 at a similar moment where we gave our thanks to you. Happy birthday to you! Your life is a journey of true intellect and inspiration. May you be blessed with many more birthdays to share many more cherished memories.” Sean Andrew captioned a photo of his grandfather and him.
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