KATHMANDU, March 2: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli on Monday said that he will be back to his routine works after undergoing kidney transplant at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital coming Wednesday.
In a brief video message, the prime minister said "No one is immortal, I will be back to work with new energy after surgery."
Oli also vowed to realize the government's goal of "Prosperous Nepal Happy Nepali". Oli is scheduled to undergo kidney transplant for a second time on Wednesday.
The prime minister has been admitted to TU Teaching Hospital today evening.
Two weeks ago, the prime minister had told a group of editors that he was planning a second kidney transplant as it is a better option than undergoing regular dialysis.
Oli, 67, had undergone kidney transplant in India in 2007 after both his kidneys failed to function. He has been visiting hospitals abroad for health check-up ever since.
The prime minister underwent an appendicitis surgery in November last year.