It is usually more painful for a parent to lose his or her own child expecially under circumstances that are not clear. A grade 5 13-years-old student from Nyumunyweda Primary School in Funyula, Busia County is allegedly said to have committed suicide after losing only Ksh. 300 he was given for the purchase of his school books.
According to Daniel Wanyama who is the grandfather to the deceased and the owner of the book store that the deceased visited, the son left his book store after finding the books that he wanted was not there. He then told him to look for another bookstore and collect the wanted books. The boy took one of his friends knowing that they were going to purchase the book's. While on the way, the boy left his friend and went to unknown place where his friend thought he went home. He waited him until he gave up and proceeded with his journey little did he know that the boy went to commit suicide.
Sadly, the boy was found dead with a belt hugging on his neck, a clear indication of suicide. The deceased is alleged to have lost the Ksh.300 he was given and might have sought commiting suicide to avoid being punished. However, investigations are undergoing to determine how the boy met his death.
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