Tears After a Man Collapses And Mysteriously Dies While Donating Blood
By Djrhymez | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 11036 views
Desmond Samati was full of health until his untimely death at the hands of medics.
On 18th February 2021 he left his work station in Eldoret to visit his family in Eldama Ravine, his wife says Desmond told her he needed to voluntarily donate blood and on 19th he went to Eldama Ravine Mercy Mission Hospital.
He arrived at the Hospital at around 11am and necessary tests done, from the CCTV he was led into a room by a Nurse at 12pm and came out at 1.30pm staggering, unattended he sat on the bench for 24mins.
He collapsed and doctors tried to attend but it was too late.
The doctors report say he collapsed before donating blood but the family hold a contrary opinion, they say after looking at the CCTV, Samati actually donated blood. Investigations on the matter is ongoing.
Many across the internet have elicited some mixed reactions after the bizarre incident went viral.
Some havw also called for a quick investigation into the matter that has ended the young life of an innocent kenyan.
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