Today as students are reopening the schools after a short midterm break, unmentioned student of Matiliku Boys was kicked private part by his teacher as he was found with un tacked shirt in Emali town. The said student student was busy doing his shopping ready to go back to school when the his teacher so him.
According to kamba news room, the said teacher when he identified the boy to belong to his school, he called him and asked him why he was walking with un tacked shirt, where the boy fearfully respected the teacher and tacked in the shirt. Upon tacking in the shirt the teacher kicked him provoking to punish him on arrival at school.
When Bodaboda riders saw this happening they quickly rushed and caught the teacher as he was punishing the student."Mbona unampiga na hajafika shule" Said one of Bodaboda man who angrily slapped the unmentioned teacher. They all ended provoking the teacher telling him that was not a good way to question the student where they warned him.
The angrily teacher was rescued by the residents of Emali town, who witnessed the incident. On rescuing him the boy was told not to report the school and call his parents to accompany him to ensure right measures are followed.This has left many in talks as no one expected the teacher to be questioned by Bodaboda riders.
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