Felix Otieno, a form 3 student at Homa Bay boys High School is reported to have disappeared after the half term break.
"Felix was taken to stage by a boda boda rider that we know and we have his contact information." He added that the school has CCTV cameras and uses biometrics for the entry of students. " The CCTV cameras and the biometrics are dysfunctional."
The principal, Vincent Mayienga have however, denied the claims by Felix's father. He adds that Felix did not report to school after the break.
The questions that remains unanswered are;
1. Where are the CCTV footage of 26th Aug when students reported after the mid term break?
2. Where are the biometrics records on the same date of reporting?
3. Why didn't the parent make inquiries with Felix's parents after Felix's failure to report to school?
4. Why did the school wait until school closing day?
5. What protocol should the school follow when a student fail to show up during school opening day?
6. Why are Felix's parents still in school for the third day consecutive without getting answers?
The parents of Felix deserve to have the answers to this questions.
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