The police in Nyamira county have started investigation on the cause of the death of a form three student.Accordng to family members,the lad committed suicide for unknown reasons. He left school in the evening and went for an evening walk but later on, we found him hanging from atree on our compound."Explained the stunned father.photo:Police.
The area chief Raphael Mokaya aler5ed the police who took the body to Nyamira Teaching And Referral Hospital Mortuary for postmortem and investigations.Manga Subcounty police commander Mr.Gabriek Mwagangi,identified the body as Ben IOgeto of Nyaisa village.He appealed to the residents to educate the young generation against the use of drugs and their effects.photo:Nyamira Hospital.
Mwangangi said that drugs and substance abuse altered the brain mechanisms leading to madness."The use oif drugs lead to alucinations that seduce our boys and girls to think on the imposdubilities.The administrator revrued the extensive use of drugs among pupils and attributed it to some irrespindibke adults from whom the children copied the bad examples.
He discouraged the youths from early marrieges be side they add pressure to their daily life before they grew into economic maturity.He revealed that statics showed that you g parents we the main victims of suicide and advised on intensification 9f guidance and counselling services in families.
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