KCB shuts down branch after South Sudan envoy to Eritrea collapses, dies inside banking hall

Police in Nairobi are examining the puzzling demise of South Sudanese minister Eritrea Michael Nyang’ who fell and kicked the bucket at the KCB bank KenCom branch in Nairobi on Thursday evening. 

As indicated by reports, Nyang’, 66, who joined the Eritrean Embassy created breathing inconveniences at the KCB KenCom branch. 

The issue was accounted for at the Central Police Station by the bank’s client care supervisor Lilian Njuguna. 

A cop who addressed this columnist said a group of doctors had been gathered together to determine the reason for the confusing passing. 

His body has been moved to a memorial service home inside the city as cops as test into the reason for death proceeds. 

KCB bank gave an announcement following the episode, affirming the patient kicked the bucket during a visit to the Moi Avenue Advantage Center. 

The bank mourned with the group of the decedent, and reported that the Advantage Center will be shut incidentally.

Source: https://citizentv.co.ke/news/kcb-closes-branch-after-south-sudan-envoy-to-eritrea-collapses-dies-inside-banking-hall-348734/

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