Buruburu Girls High School hit the headlines last week after fire thst nearly killed some students from the institution.Fire started in a cubicle that hosted 45 students and spread rapidly.This led to some students jumping from the upper floors on to the ground.Luckily,they were quickly admitted to a nearby hospital.
Another Tragedy has hit the school again.This time,a teacher has lost his life mysteriously.The Mathematics and Chemistry Teacher Mr Nelson Otsianda has died mysteriously in Mombasa.The teacher has been working in the school since 2018.Different reports are emerging about the death of Mr Otsianda.
As reported by Kenyans.co.ke,the Diani OCPD Mr Fanuel Nasio has said that the incident was reported as a drowning case.But according to Mr Cloud Otsianda who is the teacher's father,it seems like those who were with him attacked him,beat him and threw him at the swimming pool.This is according to the CCTV footage obtained.
Police officers have launched investigations as revealed by the CCTV footage.This has added more pain to the Buruburu Girls High School fraternity that is yet to heal from last week's fire incident.
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