The County Commissioner for Nyamira Mr. Amos Mariba, has appealed to the parents to be near near their children to guide them.The Commissioner decried the high rate of teenage suicide cases in the county.He attributed the vice to the increased poverty,general despair and lack of self control among photo:Amos Mariba.
He revealed this when he addressed mourners at Sungututa village in the county.He went to console the family of a school boy who committed suicide.According to the area chief Mr. Edward Mokaya,the minor committed suicide for unknown reasons."His body was found hanging from atree,200 metres away from their homestead,"said the chief. He used a manila string to strangle himself.photo:Home.
The police from Keroka station, were alerted.They collected the body and took it to Nyamira Teaching And Referral Hospital for autopsy and investigations.Nyamira county police commander Patrick Ngeiywa,identified the body as Felix Ayusa of Nyamakoroto primary school."He was a standard seven pupil at Nyamakoroto primary school."He confirmed.The police said that the body had no any physical marks, apart from the bruises on the neck causephoto:Hospital.
He said his officers will reveal the cause of the the after completing the investigations.The officer asked anybody with information about the strange death,to volunteer it to their offices.The information,he said,will assist them with investigations.
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