A very sad incident has been reported from Kibabii university where a first year student identified as Amos Khamala, a bachelor of commerce students has committed suicide after a disagreement with his parents over love relationships.
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According to the report, this students is alleged to have drown himself into River Nzoia where he died. It's alleged that Amos had a date with his girlfriend who decided to visit him at his home where Amos' father got furious and punished both of them. The girl vanished and lest Amos with his father receiving punishment.
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Amos got angry and decided to visit his Uncle, on his way he changed his mind and decided to kill himself by jumping into River Nzoia where he ended his dear life. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Please share your opinions on this matter on the comments section below. Please do like, comment and share.
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