This week, students in most schools had to return to school after a four-day half term. The half-term was recommended by the Ministry of Education following the recent unrest.
One family in Kawangware is in panic following the disappearance of their daughter. It is reported that 17-year-old Sylvia Njeri Ndung'u went missing on Monday this week. Sylvia who is a form four student at Lavington Girls Secondary has not been seen since then. The school did not receive her on that day.
This comes days after a 14-year-old girl went missing from their home during half term. However, after several announcements and manual searching, the student sent his parents a message asking them not to bother looking for her.
Cases of missing students have greatly increased in the country. Parents and teachers should find a solution to the problem before it is too late. Students should be told about the importance of their safety.
Sylvia's family is requesting anyone who will see their daughter contact them through 0717792633/ 0700490676/0725991209.
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