University of Embu Student Brutally killed In Meru
By Chepsoosharon | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 5612 views
Sad evening as one of the University of Embu student was killed in Meru County on 16th Feb 2021 Wednesday . The Reason as to why the boy was killed is not yet known .
The late Roy was a 3rd year student in his second semester of 2020/2021 academic year pursuing Bachelor of Education Arts in kiswahili and Geography , Kiswahili Students are in shocked Due to his sudden death (kifo hakipigi hodi kilio umetuachia wanafunzi waChuo kikuu Cha Embu) meaning death doesn't knock ,it's comes unexpected ,They Furthermore explain that they are in full of tears due to his sudden death.
Students are still in disbelive they even wish it didn't the had chance to make him alife He was a goodhearted person full Wisdom but unfortunately,they have nothing to do but just wishing the late Roy to Rest in Eternal peace. They have hope that some day they shall meet him .
My Heartfelt condolences to the UoEm comrades as Well as Roy's Family at this moment of trials may God grant you energy to overcome!!
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