The Family of 8 Year old baby Michelle continues to mourn the death of their chubby daughter who died under mysterious circumstances. According to initial reports, Mitchell fell ill in school and was rushed to Maha Lucy hospital where she was pronounced dead.
The school administration claimed that the girl died from natural circumstances. However, the government pathologist report had shown that she died from excessive bleeding in her brain.
New details have now emerged that Mitchell was struck by one of her teachers after she answered a question wrongly. According to the family, the path to get justice for their daughter has been met with huge opposition from the police who have been siding with the school, New View academy.
According to the latest details, the school administration allegedly gave the pupils Ksh 30bob to students to stop them from saying what had happened.
However, some of the students have already recounted the incident to their parents. It now remains to be seen whether the family will get justice.
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