Students from the Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) main campus in Nairobi staged a demonstration after the brutal killing of their colleague.
Tabitha Muthoni Mwangi, a First Year Student, was stabbed in the neck during a robbery leading to her death.
JKUAT students union boss Ibrahim Boru lamented the killing, urging the area security forces to hasten the investigations and bring Tabitha’s killers to book.
His sentiments were echoed by the student union Secretary General Alexander Oucha who also condemned the incident and cited two other similar cases that are apparently yet to be resolved.
— Ureport Kenya (@UreportKe) February 8, 2019
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— Cyprian Nyakundi Escobar (@CisNyakundi) February 8, 2019
Comrades power is second to God's power. We shall not relent untill justice is served!!!! We are tired .The police are just village salads doing nothing.#stopkillingJkuatStudents pic.twitter.com/0lqS3Z5iP5
— Brandon (@BrandonBosire) February 8, 2019
So JKUAT students would drive hashtag #stopkillingjkuatstudents yet when they are asked to elect leaders who would drive change like installing security lights they would consider beauty over real changes #StopKillingJkuatStudents
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