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Varsity students losing the plot

By Joseph G.Muthama | Mar 25th 2016 | 1 min read

It is disheartening that cases of university students killing their colleagues in the name of love has become rampant.

The latest incident in Eldoret where a Moi University student stabbed to death a rival male colleague over a female lover is the tip of the iceberg.

Nowadays, it is a “crime” for a university student not to have a lover. Worse still, others spend their parents hard-earned money in bars and brothels.

Inebriation and love-making matter the most, making our universities breeding ground for half-baked graduates.

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