Nepal Prime Minister K P Sharma Oli on Monday said his health condition was "normal" after he returned from Singapore following a medical check-up.
Oli had left for Singapore on August 3, accompanied by his wife Radhika Shakya, Chief Adviser Bishnu Rimal, Personal Secretary Rajendra Bajracharya among others.
"I am back home after having my health check up in Singapore. My health condition is normal," Oli tweeted after returning.
The prime minister thanked the medical team in Singapore and all those who were concerned.
While Oli's health check was completed on Saturday, he stayed in Singapore for two more days.
Prior to leaving for Singapore, Oli's aides said that the prime minister, who underwent kidney transplant in 2007 in New Delhi, was going for a regular check-up at the National University Hospital in Singapore.
Doctors attending the prime minister had referred him to the National University Hospital in Singapore. An ultrasound-guided renal biopsy was conducted recently on Oli to test the functioning of his kidneys.
After his kidney transplant, Oli had regularly undergone routine health check-ups in different countries, including India.
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