Students disclose 5 things that Moi Girls' did to cover up a rape scandal
How Moi Girls’ School tried to cover up rape scandal
According to the Sunday Standard, the students were asked the students to keep quiet about the scandal that has seen the school closed for a week.
A section of student divulged to The Star that teachers prevailed upon the three affected student to keep quiet in exchange for scholarships.
"One of us has had her entire precious life deflowered. But it saddens that when we tried to raise our voice on the issues, the school said the affected girls were pretending." One student revealed.
The victims were also ordered to shower immediately hence destroying critical evidence.
Hoping that the scandal would die a natural death, the school security guards were also reportedly ordered to keep quiet even as students mounted pressure on the school administration to do the right thing.
The school also kept quiet in the wake of the serious scandal and did little to address the situation until reports of the incident leaked out to the public on Saturday.
By this time, a parent to one of the victims had obtained medical results from Nairobi Hospital confirming that she had been sexually abused.
Parents also accused the school of trying to cover up as the scandal painted the school in bad light once again.
Saturday evening saw officers from the Directorate of Criminal Investigation combing the institution in a bid to bring the culprit to book.
Parents, students, the police are still wondering coming to terms with the details even as the school remains tight-lipped.
"We learned about this through the media. The school didn't bother to inform us about this issue. Even when we turned up the security guy had been briefed to play daft," one parent disclosed.
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