These are other shadowy moments to the family,friends and the entire Pioneer International University fraternity for losing such a young promising son. Brian Sillah Ndisya,a second year student at Pioneer International University who was pursuing Bachelor's of IT is no more!
His death came earlier last week Friday where he just collapsed and Rushed to his home hospital where he was diagnosed of prolonged internal bleeding on the head. He was directly given a referral to Machakos Level 5 Hospital whereby he succumbed on the way before arriving there!
It is said that during police force curfew hours,he was hummered by a blunt object in Nairobi by one of the police officers for breaking curfew rules. Since then,he started complaining of minor headaches. It is barely three months now that he has fully departed to the deceased.
Speaking to the attendants,his parents are really irked and overwhelmed with sad tears by losing their very own son. May God comfort the family, friends and the entire Pioneer International University for losing such a young future leader.
Police officers should also be advised to treat Citizens fairly and not applying brutal punitive measures to people which eventually ushers in worse complications like this one of Brian. Kenyan citizens are equal and should be treated fairy with a lot of justice especially by the Cunning police officers.
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