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Drama as 16 students caught drinking and engaging in the act in broad daylight

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Drama as 16 students caught drinking and engaging in the act in broad daylight

Police officers from Gakuyu are currently investigating an incident that happened yesterday in the evening where a group of students from a mixed secondary school were allegedly busted sleeping with each other in a Thicket.


In police report that was seen by a number of reporters from TV47, it has been revealed that the suspects who were taken to the police station for more investigation and questioning were allegedly Busted by police officers after a concerned member of the public who saw them alerted the police.

According to the reports given by school management, they claimed that the suspects had been released to go home for their December holidays before they decided to do this. On their part, police officers revealed that they were able to find alcohol along with other drugs on the crime scene.

While reacting to this incident, kenyans who took to their different social media accounts to express their opinions and suggestions on the matter have called upon the inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai to conduct an investigation in order to find out what is happening to schools due to the increasing cases of school fires along with number of rogue students.


According to the reports given by most Kenyans, they claimed that something must be happening stating that the rate at which the government was registering large number of misbehaving students was alarming and for this reason, they called upon the inspector General of police along with the Cabinet secretary of education proffessor George Magoha to look into this.



However you a minority group of people blamed parents for failing to raise their children in the right way. According to these kenyans, they claimed that most students who tend to misbehave in schools often start doing so at home due to poor supervision from their parents.

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