“They were told it was too soon to travel but they can make arrangements from Monday, August 29, when he should be able to receive visitors,” a family source said.
Kibaki, 84, is responding well to treatment and is said to be cracking jokes with his family members and doctors at the hospital.
His two children, Judy Wanjiku and Anthony Githinji, are among family members who are with him. He is expected to be at the facility for about one week as doctors monitor his progress.
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