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Student Kills Himself After Losing Ksh.15,000 School Fee In A Bet

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Student Kills Himself After Losing Ksh.15,000 School Fee In A Bet

A university student tragically took his own life on Wednesday in Raila village, Langata constituency, after losing his school fee to a betting scheme. Brian Ongwae, 22, a student at the Catholic University of East Africa (CUEA), had staked Ksh. 15,000, intended for his fees, hoping to make more money, but the endeavour ended in failure.

Ongwae reportedly appeared distressed throughout the day after losing his money in an unsuccessful bet on Tuesday evening. He retreated to his residence, where he engaged in conversation with an undisclosed individual.

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Concerned neighbours eventually visited his rented house, only to discover his lifeless body hanging from the rooftop.

George Mukuria, the chief of the Muguimoini area, stated that police officers arrived at the scene on Wednesday evening to assess the situation before transporting the body to the city mortuary for an autopsy.

His mother received a note from the deceased encouraging her to remain strong.

Chief Mukuria suggested that the student might have been suffering from depression due to consistent losses in betting. He urged young people to refrain from such practices to prevent similar tragedies.

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