Photo Courtesy. Images were taken from previous incidents.
Incidents of insecurity in the country have been on the rise with many Kenyans losing their lives in mysterious circumstances thanks to inhuman individuals who lack empathy when interacting with other human beings.
The issue of mental health has been pinpointed as a major concern especially among the young generation who are struggling to maintain sanity during this difficult period.
There have been several cases of students and pupils turning rogue and harm other students or even adults. A family from Nandi is reportedly Mourning After their father was allegedly killed by a 15-year-old boy in mysterious circumstances.
Jackson Liboyo was murdered by the class 7 boy before the minor was arrested.
He is currently facing murder charges at the Eldoret law courts. It's still unclear what may have transpired behind the scenes that led to the incident.
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