Incidents where students have died in school have been on the rise in the recent past with the government unsure of what to do in order to mitigate this scourge that has bedeviled our nation.
A few days ago, a student who was being sponsored by Ndungu Nyoro of the Affecto Watoto Wasome Foundation hanged herself under unclear circumstances inside her school in Nairobi County.
This morning, according to reliable reports from The Star Newspaper, a young student is said to have died under unclear circumstances in Uhuru Secondary School that is found in Nairobi County.
The student's body was discovered dead in the institution this morning and it has not yet been established what happened.
Police have responded to the scene and are starting their preliminary investigations on the death of the student that happened moments ago this morning.
The shocking incident has left students reeling in shock unsure of what to do after the death of their own.
Schools are set to close for the first term break a week from now according to the Ministry of Education Calendar.
The school has thus been shut down as police commence their investigations into the shocking death of the student.
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