Nyamira Woman Representative Jerusha Momanyi on Saturday termed Friday's Silverstone plane crash as one of her worst experience.
The plane skidded from runaway before crashing within Wilson Airport in Nairobi, the first major accident within the busy airport in Nairobi.
Emergency teams were deployed to the scene immediately, helping those on board to disembark to safety, with fire brigade also brought to the scene.
At Nairobi Hospital on Saturday, Mrs Momanyi, who had one of her arms injured, said she was confused for a moment after the crash.
"It was my first time and it was scary. I lost my memory a bit but we were rescued in quick succession. I was trying to save myself as well," she said.
"However, I knew that it is only God who could save us and that is exactly what happened. I am now okay and waiting for doctor's dismissal," she added.
Nyamira Governor John Nyagarama and Kitutu Masaba MP Shadrack Mose on Saturday returned to the hospital to monitor her progress.
There were reports by Mrs Momanyi's family that she was set to be released from Nairobi Hospital on Saturday. However, she's yet to be released.
The first term Jubilee legislator quit Tanga Tanga brigade in June this year, subsequently joining another faction led by Interior Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang'i.