Kenya’s Nameless discharged from hospital

Singer Nameless has been released from hospital after successful treatment.

The singer went to hospital with a terrible headache after an artery burst in his head resulting in a blood clot.

Nameless was in a seminar for artists when he unexpectedly developed a major headache.

He had subarachnoid haemorrhage- a condition where small blood vessels in the brain had ruptured and blood had leaked into the area between the brain and tissue.

Veteran Kenyan singer David Mathenge, popularly known as Nameless, is no longer in grave danger and out of hospital after that sudden blood clot had seen him rushed to emergency care.

Nameless wrote about his illness on social media and expressed his relief and joy.