It was a sad moment when a 56-year-old man died on Friday night while drinking alcohol at a Katoloni area nightclub in Machakos Town and his friends watched helplessly.
He said to have fallen down from his chair and died a few minutes before they could reach the hospital where they were hoping they would be attended to.
The area assistant chief has disclosed that before the man went for the drinking spree, he had not taken anything in terms of food and that could have affected him greatly because he had over taken alcohol.
“Maybe the alcohol concentration in his body led to his collapsing and eventual death,” said Muasa.
The body of the late was taken to Machakos Level 5 Hospital morgue even as the police have indicated that a postmortem will give clear details of what transpired leading to his sudden death.
Cases of deaths in nightclubs in Kenya have been on the rise with another man having died just a day after president Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the ban on the closure of bars and clubs in the country.
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