Two students who were in a run from the security agencies have now been caught. The students are accused of badly beating their teacher over food issues.
Two weeks ago, the form four students were castigated by their Biology teacher for misconduct during the process of serving food. According to the students, they said their teacher mistreated them by questioning their misconduct in the dining room.
It's alleged that the students timed the teacher while on his way back home when they heated on him with blunt objects and threw stones to him causing him to have bad injuries.
The students are now held up at the Nandi police station waiting to be arraigned in court after the police finish their investigations towards the matter.
Earlier after the incident, the Nandi kuppet branch leaders demanded the transfer of teachers within Maraba mixed secondary school if the students were not arrested. The two students are allegedly to be at the age of 20 and 21 years.
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