Several days ago, a young man was reported dead after a heated altercation with two teachers from thr Rift valley region.
According to sources, the young man succumbed to what many believed was injures from a serious beating at one of the local hospitals.
Earlier on it was reported that two teachers went missing after seriously beating the young boy who later died.
According earlier reports by doctors the young boy passed on after suffering from pneumonia, a narrative that his mum dispelled saying his son was well during the said incident.
An autopsy on the body of a Chemase Secondary School Form 1 student, who died while undergoing treatment has failed to provide the cause of death.
A government pathologist, Dr Simon Omuok said further analysis is needed to establish the true cause of death.
The deceased, Kelvin Kiptanui, 16, died at Nandi-Hills hospital while undergoing treatment after alleged corporal punishment at school.
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