Cases of university students losing their lives under unclear circumstances have been reported and vividly increasing day by day across different counties here in Kenya. Most of these death cases among the students are spearheading due to certain factors that are connected and associated with relationships wrangles, life challenges, grudge among the spouses etc.
Today a lifeless body of a female first year student from Karatina University has been retrieved by detectives in Nakuru. According to the news report by Nation media group through Facebook social media platform, the deceased body was found lifeless at her boyfriend's house.
Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) say the lifeless body of Phyllis Jepleting, a Maths/Biology first year student at Karatina University, was found inside Ezra Kipkemoi’s house at Naka Estate, Nakuru County, on January 1.
Nakuru County DCI boss Anthony Sunguti said the body was discovered after neighbours raised alarm over a foul smell coming from Mr Kipkemoi's house.
This news just emerge only few days after another body of university students from Kenyatta University, was retrieved at her boyfriend's house in Kiambu after she went missing on Christmas eve.
The body of that student was locked inside her boyfriend's house hence forcing DCI to break the door to ease the process. DCI Found that, Phyllis body had blood oozing from the nose, mouth and ears.
Kenyans on social media have shared their different opinions and thoughts concerning that incident whereby some section of netizens have adviced youths especially university students on dangers of relationships hence advising them to stay focused on their studies.
Other netizens have sent out their condolences messages to the family and friends of the deceased. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
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