Tanzanian musician Mbwana Yusuph alias Mbosso has opened up about a heart problem which has been causing him severe pain and numbness in his hands
The singer said the problem sometimes affects him when he is on stage, thus affecting his live performance
Speaking on BBC Swahili, he said that the problem, which is medically known as 'arteriosclerosis', was discovered by medical experts, who told him that some of his arteries that carry blood from the heart to the body parts are blocked by fat.
"When I sleep at night, I may wake up feeling so much pain that I cry, sometimes, I feel pain or I get numbness in my hands. My hands shake all the time, I tried asking my parents the same but they said that's how you were born, even when you were growing up you used to break things, and that's why I often had many things done for me," explained Mbosso.
The WCB Wasafi singer further recalled when he had a concert in Mbeya where he was supposed to perform with the guitar.
However, when the time came he couldn't pick the guitar from the ground because his hands were shaking it was difficult, He noted that it was his manager who took the guitar and gave it to him
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