Mama Lucy Kibaki still in hospital but doing well
Although details are scarce, some say her health has “drastically improved”, with doctors preferring that she remains under close observation for more days at the hospital.
Lucy was rushed to hospital on March 11 and was admitted at the ICU.
She was later transfered to a room in a private wing.
She was said to have difficuly breathing.
Her daughter Judy Kibaki yesterday told the Star her mother’s condition is “stable”. “She is very well. She continues to receive goodwill messages from Kenyans,” she said.
It is not yet known what the former first lady is being treated for.
Last week, family spokesperson Ngare Gituku said her condition is “age-related” and what is medically referred to as atrophy – partial or complete wasting away of a part of the body, due to cell degeneration.