03-05-2017 by redazione
The conditions of the Italian born and kenian citizen author and writer Kuki Gallman are aggravated.
Ten days after the attack immediately in Laikipia's ranch in Kenya's Rift Valley, the seventies-old environmentalist, author of the bestseller, "Dreaming Africa", is still in hospital and after a flattering improvement its conditions are back to worry.
They are Gallmann's family members on social networks, admit that the writer has undergone a second operation and is very weak because the infection contracted to the intestine after removing the bullet from the belly has not yet passed and continues to debilitate it .
In the next few days, the next medical report will clarify the recovery time and on when Gallmann may be dropped.
Meanwhile in the network and on the Foundation's blog, there are now thousands of testimonies of affection and esteem for what is called by the opposition leader Raila Odinga "a great fighter".
Sigh of relief from all Kuki Gallman's admirers and friends around the world, and there are many to judge from the messages of affection and solidarity coming from all over the globe on the social profiles of his foundation.
Kuki Gallman is better off and decides to release the first interview to the press, choosing the "Daily Mail" headline.
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