Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen has undergone successful surgery on his coracoclavicular ligament.
Taking to his twitter page to reveal his latest development, the Senator expressed optimism on his recovery journey thanking well-wishers for their messages of goodwill.
“Successfully underwent reconstruction of my coracoclavicular ligament. Discharged at last. Appreciating Prof.Ating’a and team.
Thank you for the support, prayers & good wishes. Glory to God who restores our health and heals our wounds. Stay blessed,” wrote Murkomen on Twitter.
The Senate Majority Leader dislocated his shoulder during a football match on Monday evening.
He was transferred to The Nairobi Hospital for specialised treatment after receiving first aid at Neema hospital in Kitui Town.
The friendly match was between the Senate and the County Assembly of Kitui, at Ithookwe showground.
The senator’s injury disrupted the match for about 15 minutes as he received medical attention.
The Senate, dubbed Bunge Team, beat Kitui County Assembly 3-2 in post-match penalties after a barren draw in regulation time.
The Bunge team included their Speaker Ken Lusaka (captain), senators Murkomen, Enoch Wambua (Kitui), Aaron Cheruiyot (Kericho), Stewart Mwazayo (Kilifi) and Mohammed Faki (Mombasa) among others. The majority leader was the main striker for the Bunge FC.