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After taking the "Blue Pill," a popular brand of performance enhancers, an experienced and popular lawyer from Kitengela, Kajiado County, Kenya, died.

It was stated in police OB number 10/02/2023 made at the Kitengela police station that the 52-year-old man passed away after collapsing at a local lodging.

A practicing lawyer crumbled at a travel lodge in Kitengela at around 7:30 p.m. on Friday. He was taken to the Kitengela branch of the Aga Khan Hospital, where he was declared dead upon arrival, according to a police report.

When police from the National Police Service and the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) arrived on the scene, they quickly discovered that the corpse had taken two capsules of the narcotics, which are thought to be male performance energy boosters, while he was inside the establishment.

He was with a woman who was thought to be his lover and a law firm secretary. The report further said that "he had already reserved a room at the specified hotel for the night."

The cops reportedly found an Ascard 75 pill, which is used to manage high blood pressure, according to the report.

His wife attested to the fact that he had excessive blood pressure. The police report said that the corpse had no obvious injuries.

The deceased's corpse has been taken to Lee Funeral Home's morgue, where an autopsy will soon be performed.

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