Kisumu Governor Anyang Nyong’o was on Thursday discharged from the Aga Khan University Hospital in Nairobi.
Senior county government officials who visited him said is in good health and he left the hospital in the morning.
They said the governor is in better health and will resume his daily duties.
“Actually he was to be discharged on Wednesday,” a staff said.
On Wednesday, various leaders visited him including AU envoy Raila Odinga, Deputy President William Ruto, governors Wycliffe Oparanya (Kakamega) and Mwangi Wa Iria (Muranga).
Others who visited him were Kisumu Deputy Governor Mathews Owili, Alego-Usonga MP Samuel Atandi and a group of MCAs.
“…pleased that he is responding well to treatment and wished him a speedy and full recovery,” Ruto said on his Facebook account.
Nyong’o was rushed to Aga Khan Hospital in Kisumu on Saturday after falling ill during the installation of Archbishop Philip Anyolo at the Uzima University grounds.
His press unit said Nyong’o excused himself to seek medical attention following discomfort while attending the function.
Nyong’o was then flown to Nairobi for treatment on Sunday to meet his doctor.
Nyong’o failed to attend the Council of Governors meeting on Monday when governors elected new officials.
Oparanya was elected CoG chairman and Wa Iria became vice chairman.