A 20 year old class six pupil by the name Kiprotich from Equator primary school has been rescued by police Officers from angry mobs who wanted to teach him a lesson after he did unthinkable to a three year old child in Baringo county.
According to the post report that was shared by Ravine news on their social media platforms ,the residents from Baringo stormed Equator primary school looking for that class six guy for allegations of defiling a three year old child.
The suspect was rescued by police Officers from Timboroa who arrived in time hence rescuing that class six pupil.
The suspect is currently detained at Timboroa police station waiting to be taken to court this week.
That incident have elicited mixed reactions whereby some section of Kenyans are wondering how can a twenty year old guy be in class six currently because according to them that pupil is an adult.
Some people also have called upon justice for that defiled three year old child .
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