A school boy from Gathiruini boys high school died after he was allegedly assaulted for illegally entering a school compound of Komothai girls high school in kiambu County.
The 17 year old boy was in accompany of five others when they forced their way into the compound on Wednesday night promoting the girls to raise alarm.
George Nganga, The manager of the security firm which guards the school said that the girls' screems attracted the attention of the security guards and other staff members.
Nganga said that other boys managed to escape while the 17 year-old was not lucky as he was beaten up by the irate group.
“He was rushed to the Kigumo Level 4 Hospital while unconscious, but died upon arrival,” he said.
The boy's body was moved to kigumo level four hospital morgue as police launched investigations into the incident.
It's two weeks since schools opened for second term and such kind of incidents show how indisciplined students have become.
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