Chest pain is a very common complaint that many people have encountered in Africa and entire parts of the world.
This pain may be characterized by a sharp or dull, although some people with a chest disorder describe their sensation as discomfort, tightness, pressure, gas, burning, or aching. Sometimes people also have pain in the back, neck, jaw, upper part of the abdomen, or arm.
Many people understand chest pain is a warning of potential life-threatening disorders and seek evaluation for minimal symptoms. Other people, including many with serious disease, minimize or ignore its warnings.
Currently, a 58-year-old woman from Nyeri county has died at her pastor's house in Mombasa town, where she'd travels to seek prayers and intervention when diagnosed with chest pain.
According to media reports, madam Grace Waithera Muchiri travelled from Nyeri to seek Evangelist Ezekiel Odero’s prayers at New Life church in Shanzu, but she before seeing the man of God.
The congregants who had camped at the church’s compound on Sunday morning said the victim died at the pastor's premise after complaining of chest pain for more than two hours.
The body of the deceased has been moved to Coast General Hospital mortuary awaiting postmortem examination to be done.
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