Following the policies of the ministry, schools are safer places for learners to be. Threats of any kind should not proceed here. In Eldoret, at Huruma Primary School,a grade one pupil was killed by his fellow classmate. The incident happened during break time when the kids were playing after a class lesson.
According to reports,the 10 year old boy allegedly threw a stone that hit the girl who later and lost consciousness. Teachers at the centre tried with their first aid skills but their efforts bore no fruits. She did not wake up fostering them to take her to a nearby dispensary for further treatment.
Things turned out here ironically into a sombre mode when she was referred to Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital and pronounced dead. Her body was taken to mortuary for further investigations through a postmortem process.
Speaking to the media,Turbo police commander Edward Masibo confirmed the incident and said investigations are still on to prove the full scenario. He advised teachers to closely monitor their learner's progress to minimize such cases.
May the young soul rest In peace as God comforts the deceased family in these times of darkness.
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