Premature deaths among teenagers have been heard, reported and vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in. Most of these deaths are spearheading due to certain factors which are connected and associated with, depression, suicides, murder etc.
Few days ago, a form one student in Nandi County by the name Kevin Kiptanui allegedly lost his life after being subjected to punishment by his teachers after being found cheating during exams test.
The student was found cheating during Physics exams paper. That incident elicited mixed controversial debates among Kenyans whereby some section of Kenyans were blaming teachers for that incident.
According to the latest news report by Tv47 news Kenya through Facebook social media platform, that student has finally been laid to rest. He was laid in his parents rural home in Nandi County.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have sent their condolences messages to the family and friends of the deceased,
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