|Source: Musyi FM|
Just a day after the Chief Justice Martha Koome said that the court will dismiss cases filed against a school for disciplining a learner, a teacher from one of the popular school in Matungulu Sub-county, Machakos has reportedly left one of his students will serious injuries as he was allegedly punishing him.
According to a report by one the local Kamba media, a teacher from Kisukioni Secondary School in Matungulu is now the guest of state after he badly punished his student and leaving him with injuries all over his body. The teacher is now held at Tala Police Station as he awaits to be charged tomorrow in the court of the law.
Speaking with the media, the mother of the victim claims that the rude teacher called her son in one of the school rooms and beaten him badly until he left him with injuries on his hand, back and lungs. However, police have kicked off their investigations to unravel the truth about the matter.
The student is now said to be nursing injuries in the hospital with his hand having been bandaged. What are your thoughts on this? Share and follow us for more updates.
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