Form Four students walk out of school after two colleagues complain of headaches, chest pains

By K24Tv Team On Mon, 9 Nov, 2020 17:10 | < 1 min read
A Form Four student sitting KCSE exam. [PHOTO | FILE]
A Form Four student sitting KCSE exam. [PHOTO | FILE]

By Faith Limo, Emoo FM

Form Four students at Kiptoim Mixed Secondary School in Baringo County on Sunday stormed out of their school citing Covid-19 fears, the principal has confirmed.

Fifty-one students walked out leaving only three students in the school.

This is after two students complained of headaches and chest pains.

But Mogotio Sub-County Director of Education Robert Nyaberi said that the students may have walked out to participate in circumcision ceremonies.

He urged parents to get in touch with the principal to ensure that the students return to school.

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