It is a painful and traumatizing moment to friends and family members following his sudden death after reporting to school for his third term.
In a Statement shares by family from Eldoret, Enock Kipkoech had reported back for his third term as a class eight candidate at St Theresa primary school. Unfortunately, the 14-year old boy succumbed on 27th September 2022.
A postmortem revealed that he had deep spots with damaged arteries at the back-right arm. The family concluded that their son was beaten since pupils had earlier on reported that Enock came out of staffroom crying bitterly after his encounter with a teacher who had ordered him to go to the staffroom.
In addition, Enock's lungs were swollen which indicated signs of hanging. The young man had gone back alone to the dormitory for a bath as ordered by the alleged teacher.
The devastated family are calling for justice to be served for their son.
Kenyans have expressed their emotions towards this story as they pray for a good relationship between teachers, parents and pupils. They also card upon relevant authorities to intervene and ensure justice is served to the family of the young boy.
May the departed soul of Enock rest in peace. Condolences to the bereaved.
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