The rise of corona virus deaths in the country has now been high and the worst part of it is that the deadly virus has now reached our students in highschool.
This comes as AIC Ngeria Girls is closed abruptly after students started demonstrating on Friday to demand an explanation from the school principal Susan Sawe about the death of a student. This comes as the rate of covid 19 deaths has been increasing in the country.
The principal is said to have informed the students that the death of their fellow student was as a result of leukaemia.
The school organisation then called the parents to come pick up their children as they try to find out the cause of the student's death.
This has caused reactions of different Kenyans on social media upon the closure of the school and the death of the student. Some tended to express their sorrows after the lose the school incurred.
Despite most expressing their sorrows, their emerged one Kenyan who stated that the school was in cult and that seemed to be the cause of the death of the student. Some did not take it lightly as this seemed to anger them.
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