Final Student In Vihiga Dies On His Way To School
Clinton Mugita, a final student in Vihiga county has died on his way to school. The form four student at Mbale high school met his death at Lunyerere bridge on Monday 12, October.
His death has been announced through an emotional statement by Kahi Indimuli, the national chairman-Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KSSHA) who is also the principal, Machakos Boys High
“Losing a child especially at such a tender age is something quite unfortunate and painful. To make the wound doleful is when your child leaves home heading to school for his final year studies only for you to receive news of his death later on,” said Indimuli.
The secondary school’s representative has eulogized with the family and the school of the late clinton.
“My most heartfelt condolences to family, friends and the entire Mbale High School fraternity following the demise of Clinton Mugita, a form four student at the institution. The late Clinton who hails from Bugina sub location, Busali ward in Sabatia constituency met his untimely death on Monday this week while heading to school in an accident that occurred at Lunyerere bridge. May his soul rest in peace.
Losing a child especially at such a tender age is something quite unfortunate and painful.
To make the wound doleful is when your child leaves home heading to school for his final year studies only for you to receive news of his death later on. pic.twitter.com/nhKDuNmZdr
— Indimuli Kahi (@KahiIndimuli) October 15, 2020
Candidates reported to schools on Monday after a long holiday of around seven months due to COVID-19.
Grade for and class eight students also reported back for primary schools.
The ministry of health has however given a warning that schools may be closed again due to the rising number of positive cases recently.
According to Magoha, Kenya Certificate of Primary Examinations (KCPE) examinations would start on March 22, 2021, and end on March 24, 2021.