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Kivaywa Secondary School: Thugs kill three security guards, steal Sh150,000

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By Mike Kihaki | June 10th 2021

Three security guards were killed on Wednesday, June 9 while two others sustained injuries after unknown number of suspected thugs raided Kivaywa Secondary School in Kakamega County.

 Edward Malala,40, Henry Khaoya, 55 and Evans Wanyonyi, 56, were killed by suspected thugs while Situma Sitikho and Luca Wanjala are fighting for their lives at Webuye County Hospital after sustaining injuries from the attack. According to the principal, five guards were on duty on the day of the incident. 

"The boys are usually woken up by the guards at 4:30am and when they didn’t two teachers went to the dorms only to see the administration door wide open," he said. 

The suspects stole a TV set, one laptop, a public address system and some cash valued at approximately Sh150,000.

According to Matete OCPD Thomas Ototo, investigations into the Wednesday night incident have already began.

“Our officers visited the school and have started investigations into the incident,” he said.

The bodies of the three were moved to Webuye Hospital Mortuary on Thursday morning. 

 

 

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