The rate at which people are missing and thereafter found dead is alarming in our country and the relevant authorities should swing into action and ensure there is a solution.
Sad news have been reported following the incident where by a secondary school head from Kirinyaga county went missing and later found dead and his body lying at Meru mortuary.
According to the reports, Mr Sebastian Gikunju Njiru aged fifty six years went missing in Meru after he attended a certain conference with fellow principals in Meru.
Until his death, Njiru was a secondary school head of Olkourto secondary located in Narok Sub county.
According to the police report as stated by Mwea West sub county police commander Wilson Koskei, the late school principal died on spot in a grisly road accident that involved a matatu.
In conclusion, the late principal hails from Mutithi village in Mwea and was the former head of Tebere secondary school.
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