The University of Eldoret fraternity is in deep pain, sorrow and agony following the demise of a first year student in the school of science pirsuing a Bachelor degree in Special Physical Education.
The deceased identified as Debrah Sangura was inolved in an accident where she was reported landing a gorge at Kaploch River in the Elgeyo Marakwet.
Today Sartuday, the family, friends, teachers and other kenyans has joined her parents at Webuye, Sitikho ward in the mourning and send off of the late Debrah Sangura.
Amongst the mourners, various leaders from Bungoma county also attended the funeral starting with Webuye West Member of Parliament Dan Wanyama, in the presence there was the Bungoma county Women representative Catherine Wambilianga.
Also, the University of Eldoret teaching staffs were in attendance of the burial of the late Debrah, a section of Kenya National Union Of Teachers, KNUT were present and several leaders from other areas including Homabay Fisheries Company.
Students from the University also managed to reach to the family of the fellow student.
Rest in peace comrade
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