The drama was witnessed after two young students were arrested doing unimaginable acts on the part of their parents and neighbors.
According to sources, the duo was captured after a class 8 candidate failed to show up to school.
The information says that the young woman went to her boyfriend’s house where the two were arrested by an enraged mob.
In a video that has taken the internet by storm, the two students, including a form 2 boy, were mercilessly beaten for participating in such a strange act at a young age.
This worrying news comes just three weeks after the government’s grand reopening of the school after the nearly nine-month hiatus since the first case of Covid-19 was reported in the country.
Many dishonest students have been setting schools on fire and vandalizing property as they try to get home again.
This has prompted the Ministry of Education, led by Professor George Magoha, to issue a stun warning to all students attempting to participate in disturbances in schools.
Most will not be admitted to other schools after leading the chaos, he said. The criminal investigation department also warned students about serious action to take if one was found on the wrong side of the law.
Parents should educate their children about the effects of engaging in some of these rude behaviors at such a young age.
Watch the video:
Kenyans reacted in the comment section about this incident and below is what some of them said:
@Kibet Kosgei, “Kiboko ni dawa. The boy will fear girls until he graduates.”
@Kiplangat Evanston, “Corporal punishment should be introduced in schools and indeed amended to capital punishment. These millennials are joking too much.”
@Susan Mahihu, “Wachapwa kabisa Hawa Watoto wamekua something else.”
@Joseph Ayieko, “Chapeni kisha mnitumie namba zenu za simu niwanunulie lunch ili muendelee mkiwa na nguvu.”
@Wangari Mugweru, “The cane works wonders. I run away dame atkuwa anaskia maboyz anapatwa na goose bumps. In time “.
@Kabon Barkebo, “Wachapwe kabisa. School is your business, not your marriage. “
@Mbaire JQ, “That was not a way to solve the problem. As parents, there could be a better way than that. “
@Roggy Hella, “My hamuezi nichapia vitu zangu … kila mtu zi ako na zake.Eeeeeeeeshhh.”