A 33 year old top Kenyan student has shocked people after details emerge that he dropped out of Egerton University to seek admission to a primary school.
Based on a report by Kenyans.Co.Ke, the details emerged following a testimony by detectives in Kiambu Court.
The 33 years old man identified as Lloyd Abednego Mogoi was a fourth year at the time of his disappearance pursuing Bachelor of Science in Instrumentation and Control Engineering.
His academic journey began after completing his KCPE examinations in 2003 and admitted to highschool where he scored a mean grade of B plain of 65 points in KCSE examinations in the year 2008.
He declined government admission to Technical University of Kenya where he went back to form four and sat for a KCSE examinations for the second time scoring a mean grade of B+ and secured a slot in Egerton University.
After leaving university, Mogoi faked new documents and was admitted to a primary school in Kisii in class 7 where he scored a good marks in KCSE and was enrolled to Alliance Boys Highschool.
However, his journey ended after inciting students to go for a strike thus landing in police hands where the truth was discovered about him.
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