Cases of teenagers committing suicide and murder have been rising tremendously. Murder cases have been reported among teenagers most of them revolving around the love triangle. Others have been killing each other over unknown reasons.
A form two student in Suna East has shocked Kenyans after committing these and imaginable act. The form two student of Nyango mixed secondary school in Kirango sub County has been arrested by the police for the murder of a class 6 pupil at Petal academy.
According to reliable sources from the school, the student had fled to Suna West and was hiding among his relatives who are said to reside there. It is at this place that the suspect boy was caught and handed over to the police.
The area chief confirmed the incident and said that investigations revealed that the girl had visited the boy at their home on Tuesday before being discovered dead.
The girl is believed to have succumbed to injuries inflicted on her head using a blunt object. The body of the deceased is at the migori county referral Hospital. An autopsy will be conducted on the body before burial of the same body.
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