The world will never cease to amaze us with its wonders. Strange news has recently been reported by residents all around the country. In the most recent occurrence, two Class Eight kids from Kizingitini Kisiwa Primary School in Lamu East were injured in a violent brawl, purportedly over a man. The two minors, both 16 years old, are claimed to have begun fighting in class over the man, a local disc jockey. According to sources, one of the students started the fight by assaulting her friend with a hoe and cutting her face. The girl who had been abused replied by stabbing her attacker in the arm with a knife.
The two are being held at the Kizingitini Police Station pending arraignment in court after being brought to the hospital for treatment of their wounds. Police have initiated an inquiry into the incident in order to identify the actual cause of the altercation with the DJ, who is still on the run. Teachers and parents mocked the behavior and advised students to avoid romantic relationships while in school.
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