Reports of 14 students who risked their lives and dramatically jumped out of a moving vehicle after being busted smoking bhang emerged online eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans.
According to reports police officers based at Kirinyaga are searching for fourteen students from Fred's Grammar mixed secondary school who jumped from a moving matatu and disappeared.
Sources revealed that the students board a 2Nk SACCO matatu at the karatina bus stage as they were going for their mid-term break. On the way to Kibingot along the Nyeri-Nairobi highway, the driver noticed the smell of cannabis Sativa.
Before he could slow down to check whatever was going on, he saw several students jumping from the window and running away without caring about the danger they were taking.
The driver slowed down and he confirmed that indeed 14 students had already jumped out of the vehicle leaving it empty. He reported the incident to the police station and police officers are on the run to arrest them.
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