Mary Mbage who is the mother to a 17 years old boy from Gathiruini Boys'High School who died after sneaking into Komothai Girls High School Dormitory in Kiambu County has finally spoke to media.
Mary who was speaking to The Standard praised her son and said that he was very hard-working and well behaved.
The mother who was in tears said his son, Brian didn't succumbed to serious injuries he got after falling from a storey building in the girls' school as the school had earlier reported.
The mother denied the allegations from the school administration that the boy had jumped from the 4th floor of the dormitory before he died.
Mary said that after observing the body of her son, it was very clear that he died out of trauma since the injuries on his body show no signs of beating.
"I seen the body of my son, and I am so saddened. The injuries on his body do not show any signs of beatings, but the ones on his head show he died from trauma", said Mary to The Standard.
She went ahead and blamed the school administration for the death of her son and asked for his justice.
The boy died after sneaking in Komothai Girls High School Dormitory with other 5 boys who were able to escape.
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