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Controversial Debate After 4th Year Student At SEKU Starve To Death, Institution Break Its Silent

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Is the education key to success?, controversial debate about education especially school education has been reportedly being discussed in modern lifestyle. That's why the government of Kenya is initiating some programs to support education and ensuring that each parent take his or her son to school because educated people are more valuable in the society.

According to the news report that has been shared Online today via K24 news Kenya, one university student from SEKU university has been reported dead out of hunger. That student goes by the name Finkel Polycarp and he died at late midnight after starving several days without food.

The deceased reportedly requested fifty Bob Kenya shillings from his relatives but they all neglected him hence suffering to death.

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Cases of university students here in Kenya striking due to harsh conditions at their institutions has been reportedly increasing day by day. Few months ago section of university students demonstrated during to HELB delay hence urging the government to come for their rescue.

SEKU university management board has break his Silence concerning that incident whereby according to the Memo report that i Uploaded at their website, the administration is only sending their condolences message to the family and friends of that comrade and have wished him to rest in peace. photo courtesy


Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that Sad news whereby some section of netizens are against the motto of education to be the center of excellence because nowadays many students are suffering interms of unemployment etc.

Other netizens have urged both parents and guardians to support their children while at school because they are suffering. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,

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