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FORM 3 Student Stabs Classmate To Death

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FORM 3 Student Stabs Classmate To Death.On Wednesday, May 4, a form three student stabbed his counterpart to death at Keben High School in Belgut, Kericho County.The two are said to have had an altercation before the situation escalated and worsened.The attacker was 23 years old, and the victim was an 18-year-old female student. According to eyewitnesses, she died on the spot.Learning had been disrupted at Keben High School after students walked out in protest to demand justice for a colleague.Police immediately launched a manhunt for the suspect, who had fled after committing the heinous act. They eventually apprehended the suspect, who is now in custody.The cause of the tense confrontation has not been determined, but authorities have begun additional investigations.The incident is not the first of its kind in the Rift Valley, following a case in November 2021 in which a Form Four student in Uasin Gishu killed his Form Three female lover and her one-year-old baby.Gender-based violence cases have been on the rise, causing concern among many Kenyans.According to data from the 2014 Demographic and Health Survey, 41 percent of GBV cases reported by women are from their intimate partners, including husbands.ALSO READ:In 2019, a similar case sparked national outrage when Ivy Wangechi, a medical student at Moi University, was assassinated after allegedly rejecting Naftaly Kinuthia’s request for a relationship.On November 22, 2021, in Uasin Gishu, a Form Four student murdered his Form Three female lover and her one-year-old baby.The man attempted suicide unsuccessfully before committing the act after the girl rejected his advances.To report any case of Gender-Based Violence, call the national GBV hotline at 1195.FORM 3 Student Stabs Classmate To Death

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