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Misfortune After Two KCPE Candidates Drown in School Trip Hrs to Final Exams

Reports asserted that the students went for the school outing subsequent to closing their practices on Friday, November 25, 2022.

The understudies from ComeJuu Head Foundation in Githunguri, Kiambu, were set to sit for their Kenya Authentication of Essential Training (KCPE) assessments on Monday, November 28, 2022.

As indicated by the headteacher of the establishment, 60 students from Class 8 and Grade 6 were taken to Kinale Timberland to break the repetitiveness following a long bustling day.

Organizations are known to participate in various customs during and after public practices to spur applicants in front of the last assessments and dial down the strain and tension.

Cops attracted from different stations the region joined the inquiry activity to recover the young people's bodies.

"The activity started off after the young men slipped into Theta Dam at around 4:30pm on Friday November 25," police nitty gritty.

Master jumpers with better stuff and hardware were supposed to join the inquiry party.

Theta Dam is 17-meters high and built up with a substantial spillway extending the whole way to the Mundoro Backwoods edge.

The suffocating occurrence came a long time after a Kenya Endorsement of Optional Training (KCSE) up-and-comer passed on in Kirinyaga Province.

Reports showed that the understudy suffocated in a visit through Mt Kenya at Palace in Gichugu Electorate.

She was among 200 understudies who went climbing in the mountain for an entertainment work out.

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ComeJuu Head Foundation KCPE Kenya Kiambu Kinale


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