Kibra MP Ken Okoth has been pictured in high spirits on the sidelines of the 206th Unesco Executive Board meeting in Paris, France.
Okoth joined the Kenyan delegation to Unesco and had a discussion about education in Kibra constituency with the permanent secretary Early Learning and Basic Education, Dr Belio Kipsang.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Twitter account shared photos of all smiley Okoth, a sharp contrast from the photo he had shared last month on how chemo drugs had affected his skin.
Amb Phyllis Kandie Kenya's Permanent Representative to UNESCO hosted PS, State Dept of Early Learning and Basic Education Dr Belio Kipsang,Kibra MP Hon Kenneth Okoth and a host of Kenyans on the sidelines of the 206th UNESCO Executive Board meeting. Kenya is vying for re-election pic.twitter.com/LjQDkfTvo5
- ForeignAffairsKenya (@ForeignOfficeKE) April 10, 2019
Two days earlier, Okoth had to clarify that he is still alive after a blogger spread fake news on Twitter.
The MP has been undergoing cancer treatment in Europe for stage four colorectal cancer (colon cancer).
Okoth's latest photos have excited his fans online who wished him quick recovery.
Kevo Snr wrote, "You're on the right track Mheshimiwa... May God give you good health to realize your dreams and make Kibra a better place."
Eunice Auma added, "You look great! I give God glory. 💪💪Continue surprising your friends and shocking your enemies."
Lavender Liz Wambua stated, "I love the smile despite what you are going through get well soon."
Johnson Muthoga wrote, "Praying for your quick recovery, Mhesh, Kibra people need you back."
Silas Rabah added, "Great stuff man!! The whole country is praying for your quick recovery. Let us know your return schedule so that we can receive you in style at the airport."
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