A 14 year old pupil class 8 pupils from St Augustine Mukumu Primary Kakamega is currently nursing injuries on his private parts after receiving a thorough beating from four of his teachers for being in possession of a cell phone within the institution according to a Facebook post by TV 47.
In the interview with the media station, the boy revealed that he was seriously beaten because he had refused to hand over his gadget. One of the teachers accidentally stepped on his private parts during the scuffle which resulted in him fainting but later regained consciousness.
His mother who has reported the matter to police in Khayega is now seeking justice for the boy who is currently receiving treatment. According to his mother, the boy is unable to walk properly saying that “he walks like a circumcised person.”
She also told TV 47 that ultrasound results from the hospital confirmed that the boy was indeed assaulted. The principal had earlier met with her but he never talked on the issue of assault.
Quick recovery to the boy.
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