The Nominated Member of Parliament David Sankok's son was reported dead. The deceased 15 years of age who is the first born in their home, was allegedly reported dead after he shot himself.
The boy is reported to be joining form three as after schools opened on 25th April. The incident took place at 3pm, Monday at Sankok's home in Ewaso Nyiro.
Sankok's son is reported to be a high school student who shot himself using his father's fire arm. According to Mwenda Ethaiba, the Narok County Criminal Investigations Officer (CCIO), the boy accessed the firearm at his father's bedroom.
Mr. Ethaiba further reported to the media that, teenager fired a bullet in his chin which passed through the right side of his head. However, the reason why the teenager did that grievous act on himself remain unknown to either the Criminal Investigations Officer or his parents.
Therefore, the investigation officers have sought to record the statements from the family in order to proceed with further investigations to identify the route cause why the boy killed himself.
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