A few days ago, Kenyans were shocked to learn that the Nominated Member of Parliament David Ole Sankok's son, Memusi Sankok, had killed himself inside their home with his father's shotgun.
Picture courtesy. Memusi Sankok.
Memusi Sankok is said to have gotten into a bitter argument with his father over him refusing to return to school as schools opened for the first term of 2021.
The young boy, after sitting down with his family and agreeing to go back to school, is said to have taken his own life that evening at their home in Ewaso Ngiro, Narok County.
This evening, according to Daily Nation Newspaper, the Principal of the school that Memusi Sankok attended has revealed the last grade that the student attained at the institution.
Dr. Daniel Chelule who is the Principal of Kericho High School intimated that the young boy was jovial and was always looking to make everyone around him happy.
The entire school together with his classmates were shocked to learn of his passing over the media on that fateful day.
Memusi Sankok is said to have joined the school on the 2nd of August, 2021 with his admission number being 13640.
The principal intimated that the young boy scored a C plus in his last exam of Term 3 of 2021 at the school.
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