It has been sad news to the family of a form one student who was allegedly caned by two teachers to a point of collapsing and finally succumbing to injuries. However fresh details have emerged after source intimated the number of strokes of the cane given to form one student until he collapsed in the staffroom.
According to the reliable source from the people's daily, the deceased mother, Monica Cherobon said that her son was fine when he left home for school after delaying at home because of lack of school fees. However sources have intimated that the deceased was given eight strokes of the cane until he collapsed in the staffroom.
This comes after it is reported that they were found copying answers from a textbook during a physics test which the teacher did not take lightly. It was also revealed that the deceased is reported to have started vomiting blood after the punishment. However Nandi county commissioner Herman Shambi has condemned the incident as he questions why the teachers have opted to canning in schools yet it was abolished by the ministry of education.
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