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A 2nd year JKUAT student shot dead by gangsters

By Christine Opanda | August 11th 2016

Photo: Courtesy

Tragedy hit our Varsities yet again as a 2nd year Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) student was shot dead on Wednesday night.

Kenneth Kanyiri Ndung’u, 20, was shot on the head while on his way back to the hostel by gangsters at Oasis area, Kiambu County. The thugs also stole his laptop. It is still not clear why they had to shut him yet they had already taken his laptop.

Juja OCPD, Patricia Nasio said, the body of the 2nd year Bachelor of Business Information Technology student, was taken to the Kenyatta University Funeral home.

Cases of university students losing their lives is still on the rise. Recently we had seven students from Kenyatta University who lost their lives in a road accident.

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