Kenya: Nasa CEO Norman Magaya Survives Heart Attack

National Super Alliance (Nasa) Chief Executive Officer Norman Magaya on Tuesday announced that he was recovering from a heart attack.

Magaya said he was grateful to have survived the attack.

The Nasa executive has been missing in action, save for his online backing of Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen when he protested the National Assembly passing of laws that touch on county functions without Senate's input.

Magaya said he supported Murkomen calling on both houses to work together.

Slow but steady recovery from a dreadful heart attack. I remain grateful to the Almighty for the gift of life

-- Norman Magaya (@amugira) May 21, 2019


The Nasa executive's revelation that he survived a heart attack saw him receive numerous messages of goodwill and encouragement online.

Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo wrote, "Wish You Quicker Recovery Man Of Courage🙏🏾🙏🏾."

Narok Senator Ledama Ole Kina stated, "So sorry 😐 hope you are well."

Benji Ndolo commented, "Pole sana, punguza stress kapsaa... avoid red meat n oil. Quick Recovery ndugu."

Arnold Karanja added, "Oh no. Glad you're ok Senior. May God continually watch over you."

Keringeti wrote, "Take heart Norman! You are our hero. We suffer with you! Always strong, always courageous. Be it on the Bomas floor or Hospital ward, you overcome! Be healed to fight another day!"

Peter Andere stated, "He is the healer! Trust Him and religiously follow your Doctors advise without overly denying yourself to live. You will fully recover. God Bless you."


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