Class Six Pupil Drowns Will Fishing in Embu County
By KumenyaNews | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 0 views
Residents of kanduri have been left mourning after a class boy drown in a dam.The boy who had accompanied his few classmates to go and fish in a neighborhood dam.The 12 years old had skipped school closing day deciding to start his holiday earlier.
The boy drown in middle morning hours of Thursday as stated by is friends.The boy drawn after trying to swim deeper in the dam where the water overcomed him.The other boys started yelling attractive residents but the boy could not be saved.
The area MCA swang in action hiring two divers who are still searching for the body of the diseased.The area MCA went ahead to urge the county government to hire permanent divers with cases of drowning increasing in the community.
Residents have asked the national government to intervene and look for solutions to cover the dams so as to prevent such cases in near future.The area commissioner preeded with the citizens asking them to take care of their kids during this long holiday to avoid such cases in future.
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