Parents and guidance of the pupils of the Come Juu premier primary school are morning for the loss of their children. Just as the students who were to sit for the exam next week KCPE.
The pupils from Come Juu Premier Academy Primary School in Komothai, Githunguri, is said to were on an excursion after their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination rehearsals on Friday. The 60 pupils made their visit to Kinare forest by bad luck 2 slipped into the Dam.
Headteacher David Paul Kang'ethe said sixty pupils, drawn from class eight and grade six went for an excursion to Kinare forest.
The two boys, who were of aged 14, were to write their national exams starting Monday 28th November 2022.
The Officers from Kiganjo police station are now working jointly with their counterparts from Mindoro police post. And with the detectives from Gatundu in the search for the lost of the pupils.
"The operation kicked off after the boys slipped into Theta Dam at around 4:30 pm on Friday," police said. The Bodies of two KCPE candidates have been retrieved from Theta Dam in Kiambu county after they drowned.
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