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Form Two student commits suicide over missing phone

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A Form Two student is reported to have committed suicide on Thursday following the disappearance of his mobile phone.

The student from Nyandarua County is said to have blamed her mother for the disappearance of her mobile phone before committing the act.

Early that morning, the 16-year old girl searched everywhere for her mobile phone as she told her friends and relatives that she suspects her mother must have hidden it away from her.

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Speaking following the incident, the mother of the student who attends Gathara Secondary School said she was woken up by the girl’s phone hidden under her bed.

She was wondering why she never had her daughter performing her usual morning tasks of milking the cow.

It was the girl’s cousins who alerted the mother that they found her body hanging, a sign that she had killed herself.

She was shocked as she is the only child she had. She further wondered as to why she sorted to take her own life.

The night before the murder, her mother narrated how calm she was and even did not mention about her missing phone as she heading to sleep.

Berryl Achieng
Kenyan news interests me a lot but I also keep tabs on other news making headlines in Africa and around the world.

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