It is an emotional moment to a family of a form three girl who committed suicide.
Reports indicate that the student at Tala Girls High School committed suicide by hanging on a roof of the dormitory. The 16-year old student had been reported to the deputy principal of theft of ksh 2500 she had stolen and a packet of pencils from her fellow Student.
Pathologist Ndungu Nyoro has shared a copy of the letter that was left behind by the student.
According to the note, the girl complained that she explained that she was not involved in the theft of the said items but was still accused falsely. As she did not want to cause more problems to the school, she decided to take away her life.
To her mother, she claimed to love her so much. She dedicated half of her heart to her mother and another half to her brother.
Screenshot of a post on Facebook by Ndungu Nyoro
Copy of the note
It is really traumatizing for the mother to receive such saddening news. May she receive comfort during this mourning times. May get daughter rest in peace.
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