Shantel, a student from Mulango Girls High School passed on a few days ago.
She was involved in a tragic accident as she went home, during the midterm break.
Shantel fell off from a moving motorcycle at the Wikililye Market which is located in Kitui.
The young lady is being laid to rest today at her parent's home.
A photo of innocent schoolgirls, carrying her casket has emerged online.
Derrick posted the photo on his Facebook page and wished the young girl a rest.
"It is really painful to carry a classmate's casket for the burial. It is unfortunate for a student to die this early as she is striving to brighten her future. I can't imagine the pain her parents, family, teachers and the country is going through," he wrote.
Sabby Love stated that it is so sad to lose such a young girl. She further wished her a peaceful rest.
Ngish Kisengese informed the members of the public that the deceased had boarded the same motorbike with her cousin. She further stated that her cousin sustained some minor injuries and is doing well.
May the little girl's soul rest in eternal peace and may the good Lord comfort her family and friends.
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