The deaths of students in the learning institutions have been on the rise currently.In less than 72 hours ago,a student was brutalised after gaining access to Komothai Girls secondary school for unknown reasons.The girls pounced on him and left him almost dead.Unfortunately,he didn't make it in the hospital.
The College students are the most affected.A 22 year old KMTC student has met her death in the hands of her boyfriend.The first year student at Loitoktok campus was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend Samson Kipkorir Kemoi who is 27 years old.As confirmed by the the Sub-County police Commander Reuben Muli,the deceased was stabbed with a knife that was found at the scene of crime.
The deceased was stabbed several times on the neck in Kamukunji Estate.Mpasho has revealed that Kipkorir who is an IT intern in Ruaraka surrendered to police immediately at Loitoktok police station.He then led the officers to the house where he committed the crime.He is currently detained as investigations continue.
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