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Cases of increased indiscipline in schools have sharply increased especially after schools were reopened following the temporary closure due to the prevailing covid 19 pandemic.
Going by the post, a form four male student in Namirembe village found in the larger Bungoma county has hacked his father to death after he was caught red-handed sneaking in his girlfriend into their home. It's reported that after he was nabbed, the boy and his father engaged in a heated exchange before the boy attacked his father with a machete killing him on the spot.
This incident comes barely a fortnight after a rogue student in Kisii county made headlines after he armed himself with a sharp kitchen knife and stabbed two male teachers leaving one in critical condition.
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