In Kenya there are many secondary schools in all counties, some of these schools are day schools and others are boarding schools, some are mixed schools, boys school or purely girls school, but what matters the most is the school performance and the moral values the students acquire.
Loss of someone either a child, parents or a friend is so painful, this is because of the bond that we had created, and now that they are go, it pains a lot when you rremember that you will never see them again. And it is much more painful for a parent to see their child loose their lives at a very young age.
There have been many cases of school students in Kenya loosing their lives, some of the causes of their death are, fire outbreaks, diseases and murder among other courses, a few days ago a student from Mwingi, Irine Kavini, was reported to be dead and she was buried Yesterday. She was going home from school when she fell off from the motorcycle and died on the spot. This is the most painful thing a parent can ever experience. Her fellow students helped carry her casket as she is going to be buried today. This is also a painful experience to the school also, the girls were in tears as they carried the casket with the body of Iene Kavini.
The trending photo circulating online have left many in many thoughts and pain, it was an emotional send off, we stand together with Mulango Girls Secondary school students during this time of transition and we pray God give them peace even in their studies.Share your condolences to her family and friends in the Comment section below.
God is the giver of life and He is the only one who can take and shoold take it away, His ways are perfect and we cannot question Him, as a parent this is to remind you that you should be grateful to God for giving your children the gift of life.
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