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Jalango shares details about the accident that led him undergo surgery.

Lang’ata Member of Parliament Phelix Odiwour aka Jalang’o has spoken in detail about his leg injury after being discharged from the hospital.

The first term MP had been hospitalized in Nairobi Hospital for the past few days and on Sunday morning he revealed he is now at home where he will begin his six week recovery journey.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for your QR wishes and all of you who visited me at the Nairobi hospital” Jalang’o said via his social platforms on Sunday morning.

He attached his statement with a photo of himself resting on the sofa at his home with the crutches to help him walk beside him. His injured left leg was bandaged to help him recover from surgery.

“I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone for your QR wishes and all of you who visited me at the Nairobi hospital. I want to thank the whole team of Nairobi hospital led by Prof. Atinga for the amazing job and their general hospitality and service. We are down but not out! Our able Langata team will be in charge of constituency matters closely monitored by myself. ASANTENI saana!” he wrote.

Speaking about his injury, he revealed that he had an accident while training with the Bunge basketball team on Tuesday, September 26.

The accident caused a serious injury to his left leg and led him to undergo surgery to repair the damaged part after an MRI scan.

”Last Tuesday during our morning Bunge basketball training I had an accident that tore my achilles tendons, I had a reconstructive surgery done and Iam back home as the 6 weeks recovery journey begins” he said.

A number of group of celebrities including MP Babu Owino, Akothee, entrepreneur Alinur Mohamed, singer Dufla Diligon, DJ Euphorique, Ian Oparanya, Rodgers Kipembe and MCA Abass Khalif visited the politician in hospital when he was admitted for about three days.

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