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Since the day when form four candidates began their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, many funny cases have been reported for example exam Cheating, students being arrested for doing various offenses etc.
Today report that was shared on Facebook account group indicate that, police based in Nyanza region have opened investigation into alleged report of ten female students at Asumbi girls who raped a Male Investigator to a point of death yesterday.
The girls who are said to be around 17 to 18 years took the opportunity and walked into the invigilator's room and carried out the act as there was no one around, everyone had gone out except that invigilator who was in the room alone.
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This incident just happens only a day where by another five form four candidates were arrested over allegations of invading into st precious girl's secondary school dormitory.
Students should avoid some reckless behaviors which might lead them into trouble and also they should respect school rules and regulations as issued by the ministry of education.
Thanks for your time and feel free to share your opinion, thoughts concerning that shocking incident. And we are sending condolences message to the family and friends of that invigilator and may his soul rest in peace. Thank you.
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