The police officers from Kisii are seriously searching two security guards and a secondary school teacher who did unthinkable thing. The three individuals, from Amabuko Secondary School in Kisii County are said to have allegedly canned a form three female student. The Teacher and the two guards committed that act claiming that the Student was wearing beads around her neck. The girl was seriously beaten and left with injuries which she is nursing.
The News has just been reported after several cases have been reported from various schools, whereby students are behaving ruthlessly. Some learners have been caught engaging in burning of schools. Some learners from various schools have been reported to have strike due to some reasons.
The incidents are so irritating , something which led to proposals that corporal punishment be reverted back to schools. Teachers are advised to apply corporal punishment well, and avoid leaving injuries on learners. On the other hand, students are warned against unrest and misbehaving for their own good.
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