Going by the reports, the students jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi bound matatu, after they were caught.
According to the driver, the students are from Fred’s Grammer Mixed Secondary school.
Narrating the scene;
The students had boarded the Nairobi bound matatu at the Karatina bus stage, headed for their mid-term break.
However, on approaching Kibingoti along the Nyeri-Nairobi highway, the students started satisfying themselves with rolls of bhang and bottles of alcohol.
Fortunately, the driver, John Maina, sensed and requested them to stop.
Unfortunately, the rogue students shooted at him and commanded him to mind his business.
As a result, the driver reacted by driving the vehicle with the students on board to Sagana police station.
However the students were quick to notice the sudden detour and hurriedly jumped from the moving vehicle as it made its way to the station.
Currently: officers have launched their investigations to track the 14 rogue students.
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