Form 4 Candidates in Kisumu in a terrible fix over botched sex orgy

Nine KCSE candidates from Onjiko Boys’ High School on Wednesday night trekked for 10 kilometers to Ahero Girls’ school for a sex orgy.

 

Cases of High School students caught on the wrong side of the law have been on the rise; just last September some 15 students were arrested in Kabati estate in an orgy of sex and bhang smoking. Among the students arrested were 12 from Naivasha Day Secondary School, Magereza High, Highway Secondary and Naivasha Central Primary.

Barely two months down the line, nine form four students from Onjiko Boys’ High School in Kisumu were arrested over a botched sex orgy.

The nine trekked for 10 kilometers to Ahero Girls’ Secondary school in a bid to sneak in and ‘get down to business’.

The night guard at Ahero Girls’ thwarted the boys’ attempt to sneak into the compound forcing them to retreat and take their frustrations to nearby shops.

The disappointed boys reportedly went on a looting spree before they were busted by locals and handed over to the police.

“We have since established the boys and girls had been in constant communication by use of mobile phones, this is how they planned the night meeting,” Nyando acting OCPD Gathoni Mungaro was quoted by the Standard confirming the shocking incident.

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