A year old student at Gathiriuni boys second school has been assaulted to death for illegally entering the girls dormitory at Komothai girls secondary school in Githunguri, Kiambu county.The male student alongside other five boys had allegedly forced themselves to the girls school on Wednesday night prompting the girls to raise an alarm.George Karanja who is the head of security services at Komothai girls school said that the screams of the girls attracted other guards, members of stuff and other learners.Karanja said the five boys managed to escape but the 17 year old was cornered by the group and beaten up mercilessly.“He was rushed to the Kigumo Level 4 Hospital while unconscious, but died upon arrival,” he said.Police visited the scene, and recovered wood planks believed to have been used in the teenager’s lynching.Investigations are underway, police said.The 17-year-old boy’s body was moved to Kigumo Level 4 Hospital morgue.Follow up and subscribe for more content.
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