Residents of Ngurubani, Mwea, Kirinyaga county were left in deep shock after a man collapsed and died outside a club in the area.
The man had just taken alcohol a few minutes before his collapse and death. He had not shown any symptoms of ill health while enjoying himself at the club.
It is suspected that he could have been drugged by people who probably wanted to steal from him. Investigations into the sad incident have already commenced. A postmoterm examination is expected to be conducted to reveal the cause of death.
There have been numerous cases of men being drugged and robbed from in Kirinyaga county.
Last month, a 59-year-old businessman identified as Samuel Irungu was found dead after he went home with two youthful women. He had spent the night at an entertainment joint in Kagio Town, where he was joined by two women.
Police have been carrying out investigations with the aim of arresting the two young women who are believed to have drugged him then stolen from him before leaving him to die.
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