The death of Brian Mbage, the student who was killed after sneaking into a Girl's School, has taken a new twist as his mother alleges the cause of his death.
The 17-year-old boy from Gathiruini Boys High School is said to have been beaten to death by mob after sneaking into Komothai Girls High School on Wednesday, 20th October in the company of five other boys.
The girls raised alarm and the security guards rushed alongside with other members of the staff rushed to the scene and managed to nab Brian while the others escaped. They descended on him with blows and kicks before he was rushed at a nearby hospital unconsciously where he was pronounced dead on arrival. It was reported that the late succumbed to injuries sustained from the beating he got.
Her mother has however dismissed the report. According to a report via Tuko, Mary Mbage affirmed that she has seen the body of her son and the visible injuries do not reveal any signs of beatings. She alleged that his son died of trauma, rather than injuries from the reported beatings.
She further clarified that her son was disciplined and obedient and she is therefore yet to understand how he gotten himself into such scenario.
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