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Teen boy kills 16-year-old girl who refused to have sex with him

Form 3 student kills 16-year-old girl who rejected sexual advances

Police collecting a victim's body

Police are holding a 17-year-old boy who allegedly stabbed and killed a 16-year-old girl, for rejecting his sexual advances.

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The Form Three student was arrested at Mirera estate in Naivasha after the girl’s lifeless body was found on road in the area.

Police identified the victim as Form Two student Valarie Njeri and confirmed that they had the suspect in custody.

Authorities further indicate that the girl's body had ten stab wounds and her body was naked.

The deceased’s body has been moved to Naivasha hospital mortuary where a post-mortem will be conducted.

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