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J BEE Thanks Well-Wishers As He Takes First Steps In Hospital

Hospital Ward MCA Mwangi Wamwangi has assured all his friends, relatives and constituents that he is responding very well to treatment and is hoping to join them soon to continue where he left with them.

“Over the last few days the doctors have been working round the clock to ensure that I regain my old self. I have begun to become more active and can get out of bed now. As my condition has improved, I have now started to to do some light body exercises and I am also able to walk using some aids. I am out of danger now though I have not fully recovered. The doctors need to monitor my progress before they can be confident that I am on the way to a full recovery,” he said.

He added that he was really overwhelmed by the support that he had got from everybody. In his message he said and I quote;

“It is not by my own will but through the most High God. Thank you sons and daughters of Hospital Ward for the kind words, the prayers and the love you have all showed me. As I continue to recuperate I want to send my sincere regards and love to you all. Mwathani wa Moyo aathie na mbere kumurathima.” (May Almighty God continue blessing you)

Throughout this week, friends and well-wishers have jammed the social media wishing the MCA well and praying for his speedy recovery.

J BEE has vowed to win this battle.

“I know I’ll beat this. I am determined to face it head on and return strong to my family, my town, and my friends,” he said.

J BEE was reported to have been involved in a serious accident along Thika-Garissa Highway near the Gatitu Junction on the night of Wednesday as he was returning home after attending a friend's 'macakaya' in Kiandutu. He was rushed to Thika Level 5 Hospital who later transferred him to Aga Khan University Hospital where he has been recuperating.

However, new evidence that emerged later raised eyebrows to a point where people started getting suspicious of some foul play into the whole matter. There are allegations that someone might have been behind his “motorcycle accident”. 

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