On September 26, 2022, while in good health Enock Kipkoech reported for the third term at St Teresa primary school.
However, the boy identified as Kipkoech sustained severe injuries to his body after he was brutally punished by one of the teachers in the staff room. This is after the boy was instructed to locate from his classroom during the exam time.
Today An autopsy conducted report indicates that Kipkoech had damaged arteries at the back of the left arm, dead artery spots on his buttocks as well swollen lungs.
The report further indicated that the boy had been strangled on the neck.
“The school did not inform me of the death of my child as would have been expected. No one attended to us even when we got to the school. We feel that the school could be covering up on the death of my child. Someone was responsible and they must be brought to book," the boy's father said.
The matter is under investigation by the Kericho director of Criminal investigation DCI.
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