KOT condemn bullying that has reared its ugly head in Kenya’s best high school

KOT condemn bullying that has reared its ugly head in Kenya’s best high school
  • More than 10 students have reported being beaten up with sticks and electricity cables, slapped and forced to lie on the graves of the school’s founders
  • The school is among Kenya’s top performers in the KCSE posting 14As in last year’s results

Kenyans have reacted with shock to news of how students at Kenya’s top national school Alliance High School have been the victims of bullying and harassment in full knowledge of the institution’s bosses.

A damning report reveals horrifying tales of how Form One students at the school have undergone monolisation at the hands of prefects and senior students, the Daily Nation reported.

The report by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and Ministry of Education gives blow-by-blow accounts of how students live in fear of their counterparts tasked with overseeing their smooth transition in to school life.

A student recounted how he received a beating so brutal that he has been reduced to walking on crutches. The seriously injured student was taken to the Kikuyu PCEA Mission Hospital after bleeding profusely following the savage beating.

A Form One student at Alliance High School displays blood stained clothes. He said the garments were soaked in his blood when he was beaten by prefects at the school. (Photo: Nation Media Group)

The shocking revelations come even as it was revealed that the beatings have continued with the school’s administration knowledge. The Kikuyu-based institution’s principal David Kariuki resigned on Tuesday, February 28 in light of the recent embarrassing events.

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