A student in Kiambu County at Kariguini Mixed Secondary School attacked a police officer after refusing to be frisked by the supervisor before today's exam. The student who seemed adamant to do the exam became furious and confronted a police officer when the other police officer at sight intervened.
Image: Courtesy (previous incident)
He also became defiant to the center supervisor who tried to talk to him so that he could calm down and do his CRE paper one examination that was going on at the moment. However, the supervisor's efforts to talk to him proved futile.
The student then started howling insulting words towards the police officers and the supervisor including the invigilator at that scene. He later dashed out of the examination room and picked a stone which he threw onto the police officers' rover windscreen.
The student then ran to the neighboring village where he disappeared. He was not able to write his examinations today. Investigations have began to establish the root cause of the matter.
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