Mr. Joseph Mwangi, a deputy principal at Ichagaki Secondary School escaped by an inch.
On his usually part roll around the school, he found a student in possession of Bhang. The form two student, Samson Njuguna tried to stab the deputy after he confronted him.
The minor was arrested and will spend the whole weekend in police custody as he wait to be presented before the court on Monday morning.
Murang’a newspapers admin posted the incident on their Facebook page that left members of public talking.
Janjez Gichuru said that the students cases are becoming horrible day in day out.
“It is indeed sad especially when the parents are struggling too much to keep the children in schools and this is how they are repaying their effort. May God help this generation very much because we don't know where they are heading,” wrote Mumbi Maina.
Rossy Wambu stated that this was very sad while Njuguna Josef hoped that it wasn’t Ichagaki boys’ students who did this.
Pato Tapo needed some clarification on where it was Ichagaki boys or Ichagaki mixed on the spotlight.
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