A student from Githunguri Mixed Secondary School in Kang'undu-ini, Kandara in Murang'a County has come out to reveal the sexual harassment from deputy principal. The 16-year-old has said that she consequently stopped going to school for two months due to the inappropriate behavior from the teacher.
She said that the deputy principal's randy behavior started the moment she joined the school. He assigned her to be a prefect and would summon her to his office every now and then, it was during these summons that he began touching her inappropriately.
She also revealed that the teacher has been threatening her if she dared report him. It is alleged that as a warning, he assaulted the girl, leaving her unconscious. She was taken to Kenol Hospital for treatment.
She feared more attacks and avoided the school. When her mother tried to follow up on the matter, she claimed that she was chased away from the school.
The mother has since then been trying all means to get help. She visited Kandara education office, FIDA and the Children's Department but despite these, the deputy principal is still roaming free.
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