Brian was the 17years old boy from Githunguri Boys High School who was badly lynched by watchmen and workers at Komathai girls last night. According to reports from the directorate of criminal investigation, Brian was in a group of six boys and they sneaked to Komathai Girls High School at around 3am in the morning. It has been reported that they disturbed the girls who woke up screaming thinking that they have been attacked by thugs. When watchmen heard the girls screaming, they came immediately and caught up with Brian. The other five managed to escape the wrath of angry watchmen who thought they were thugs. It has been reported that Brian was brutally beaten and he had bad injuries. He was rushed to Kiambu level five where he succumbed to the injuries hours after being admitted. His mother was informed immediately and she came only to find her son lying lifeless. Fans have condemned the act saying that the school should have checked properly before lynching him. Many claimed that police officers are supposed to take immediate action.
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