Schools are closing for midterm and every parent wishes the best for their children as they break for the midterm. However, according to Kameme TV sixteen boys and five girls from different secondary schools in Muranga county have been caught with ten rolls of cannabis.
Kameme TV, reports that the students were from different secondary schools. They were caught in a public service vehicle as they were heading home for the midterm break. They were found with ten rolls of the cannabis, reportedly smoking together with the matatu driver and the turnboy. Who are obviously expected to warn the students from using the drugs.
This saddening news caused mixed reactions from Kenyans. This are some of the comments.
"Kuna dereva mmoja ameleta Nissan mzima ya wanafunzi hapa kamkunji wakiwa walevi,kumbe walikuwa wamenunua take away mpaka kusimama nishida. If mtoto wako ametoka Muranga shule sijataja ako Kamukunji akiwa mlevi chakari"
"Wooii God protect our kids"
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