Bishop Margaret Wanjiru reveals background activities at Kenyatta University Hospital
Bishop Margaret Wanjiru explains what happened at the Kenyatta University hospital

Former Starehe MP Bishop Margaret Wanjiru has denied claims that she got Coronavirus after receiving a large prayer meeting at her Runda home.

“I had no visitors. It is not true that I had a large group of intercessors praying there (at home). I was only with my family members and staff,” Bishop Wanjiru said. 

Speaking after her discharge from Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, the pastor at Jesus is Alive Ministries added that she was diagnosed with the virus after she sought treatment for food poisoning.

“I experienced a running stomach on Sunday night and I knew I had eaten bad food. The first day I was treated for amoeba and bacteria in the blood. On the second day, we reasoned with the doctor on the need for the test,” she said.

“I want to encourage Kenyans to wear face-masks at home to avoid spreading the virus to other family members. You do not know where or who your family members have interacted with,” Bishop Wanjiru said.

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