National Super Alliance (NASA) principal Kalonzo Musyoka has opened up about how his three-month stay in Germany was like.
The Wiper party leader left the country on October 11th to take care of his ailing wife, Pauline, who was receiving specialized treatment for an undisclosed illness at a hospital in Germany.
While in the European nation, Kalonzo maintained silence and didn't make any major political statements. On December 27th, Kalonzo and her wife silently returned to the country and were only received by their son, Kennedy at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport at around 2 am.
Speaking to the Standard on Saturday, the former Vice President opened up on how life was in Germany as he attended to his better half.
“It’s painful to be away. The weather was oppressive... snowy and in a place where nobody knows you," He said.
"It was however nice as I was able to run around in the streets when I could without anybody stopping me. I missed my country, I missed my people but we thank God we are back” he said.
Speaking about the health status of his wife, Kalonzo said: “She’s getting better, and thanks to prayers and support of everyone."