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Reported Shooting of a Sixth-Grade Student by a Police Officer in Kiminini, Tranzoia

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Reported Shooting of a Sixth-Grade Student by a Police Officer in Kiminini, Tranzoia

An unfortunate incident has resulted in a Grade Six pupil from Kiminini, Trans Nzoia County, being hospitalized after he was allegedly shot by police officers from the nearby Tawai farm. The incident, which occurred while the child was cutting grass for his family’s cows, stunned and upset the town.

Concerns have been raised, and calls have been made for a full inquiry into what led up to the suspected shooting of the young pupil. The circumstances surrounding the occurrence are still being clarified, however it has been stated that the child was only doing his duties at the time.

The boy’s family and the community at large are pressing local officials for explanations and consequences for this tragedy. The alleged gunshot has prompted inquiries into the police procedures and behavior of those stationed at Tawai farm, as well as concerns about the safety of the local populace.

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Immediately following the incident, the young student was sent to Kitale County Hospital, where he is still being treated for his injuries. His community is concerned about his health and is following his rehabilitation with great interest.

This incident highlights the need for a thorough and impartial inquiry into the alleged shooting to establish the facts and identify those responsible. The people of Trans Nzoia County, and beyond, are waiting for news of the probe with great anticipation, and they want answers to come quickly.

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