A standard five pupil in one of the Kenyan Primary schools was captured armed with a machete by one of his teachers today.
As seen on a video shared online, the young boy was exposed by the teacher on duty after it was reported that Ouma had the dangerous weapon.
At the staffroom where the teacher interrogated Ouma and the boy he was allegedly planning to hit, Ouma without fear showed how he had placed his weapon strategically.
The sharp shinning machete was long such that it could be seen at the lower end of his short trousers and at the upper part of the waist.
The other student was very lucky that the teacher was able to deal with the issue before the fellow pupil pounced on him.
The other pupil who the rogue pupil is said to have been planning on hitting.
This is just an example of how learners end lives of their fellows while in the mission of succeeding in education.
Such cases are not only threats to learners but also teachers and support staff working at the various schools.
Ainamoi secondary school principal who was hit on the bead by a student. Learners have also been fighting teachers.
There have been reported cases of students fighting hacking teachers almost to death.
How should the teacher deal with such student considering that canning them is prohibited? Should this be a police case, expelled or have a talk with the parents?
Watch the video by clicking on the link below.
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