DCI orders investigations into university student beaten by colleagues over girlfriend
By Brian Ukaya | March 13th 2019
The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has ordered investigations into a video circulating on social media showing two students of Technical University of Mombasa beating a colleague.
The students in the video which has gone viral are seen giving their colleague a thorough beating for allegedly snatching a girlfriend from one of them.
"Do you know whose girlfriend Angel is?" asks one of the students as he hits the victim with a stick.
The student is then ordered to lie down on his stomach before he receives several strokes of the cane.
The DCI has now ordered the student to make a formal report at a police station near him then share the OB number with the DCI.
"Good evening... Kindly advise the victim to make a formal report at his nearest Police Station and then share the OB number with us. We will ensure that Justice is served," said a tweet by the DCI.
The student has since recorded a statement at Makupa police station and has already shared his OB number on twitter.
Early this year a student at St Joseph's Nyabigena Secondary in Gucha South Kisii died under unclear circumstances after being beaten by a prefect.
According to sources in the school, the student collapsed and died after he was slapped severally by the said prefect who was a form four student.
"The deceased was reading a Bible some few minutes to 7am. The prefect came in and after an altercation with the deceased he slapped and kicked him on the stomach after which he immediately collapsed," said one of the students.
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