By BONIFACE GIKANDI
He was later transferred to Kenyatta National Hospital when his situation worsened.
At the same time, police have been ordered to open an inquiry file to help establish what transpired on the fateful night.
Njeri said an X-Ray revealed that the student had a fractured skull.
The school Principal Mr Joshua Githinji said the management took the student to hospital after the matter was brought to his attention.
Githinji said the student stumbled and fell when they were being arrested.
“From my understanding, the student fell and was immediately rushed to Murang’a hospital before relatives transferred him to Nairobi,” said the Principal.
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