Photo of Chris Kirubi looking very weak worries Kenyans

Quick recovery to DJ CK

The photo was shared on Twitter and widely re-shared on social media platforms.

It captures the billionaire industrialist in the company of Kenya National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) Chairman Kiprono Kittony.

Many of those who reacted sent their goodwill messages, wishing the wealthy businessman a quick recovery.

Reports indicate Kirubi has recently returned to the country after undergoing specialised treatment in the United States.

The flamboyant businessman left the country in November last year after being diagnosed with cancer.

News of his ailment were first reported to staff of Centum Investments – a publicly listed firm which serves as Chairman and majority shareholder.

Kirubi is regarded as one of Kenya’s most prolific businessman with vast interests in real estate, manufacturing, media, and agriculture.

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