In this study, a total of forty-six patient with hemiparesis were observed as they walked a marked distance of ten metre (10). Forty normal subjects also participated as control group. The patients with right hemiparesis, (affected on the left hemisphere) had speech affectations but their cognitive and behavioural capacities were spared so they could perform better at faster speed of movement. The patients with left hemiparesis (affected on the right hemisphere) had their speech spared but their cognitive and behavioual capacities were affected thereby affecting their speed of movement at faster walking speed. The gait velocity, stride length and stride frequency of patients with left hemiparesis differ from patients with right hemiparesis. These means that patients with right hemiparesis have better prognosis in gait recovery than patients with left hemiparesis;statistically according to this work.Therefore, from this study it can be observed that patients with right hemiparesis were better at faster walking speed than the left.