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Shock as ‘dead man’ found alive

By KNA | Feb 10th 2014 | 1 min read


Shock engulfed residents in Kaloleni Sub-County, Kilifi after a man presumed dead, was found alive. Munga Gambo, 55, had been taken to a private clinic after he collapsed and a nurse there declared him dead on arrival.

Family members immediately started  preparations to transport the body home to avoid mortuary expenses.  A family member suggested they pour water on the body before transportation.  “We were shocked when the alleged  ‘dead’ man  sneezed,” said a brother.

Gambo was admitted at the hospital for further treatment.



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