News Africa : Kenyan first year student dumps foetus in school toilet after abortion

Kenyan first year student dumps foetus in school toilet after abortion
Kenya is being investigated by the police after a first-year student at Mudavadi Girls High School Madzuu in Vihiga County; allegedly aborted her pregnancy and a foetus resulting from the act was dumped in the school’s toilet.
Vihiga police officer, Justin Nyaga, noted that the report was given to them by a teacher who revealed that one of their students had dumped a foetus at the latrines, on Wednesday evening, reports Standard Media Kenya.

“We immediately went to the school and true to it, there was a foetus dumped. In our initial investigations, we found one student who is in Form One, she admitted that she had dumped the foetus because she was afraid of being seen with an infant in school,” Nyaga said.
The police boss said they have taken the 15-year-old kid to the hospital for treatment against infections.

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“It is one of the cases we have never encountered in this region. We are urging students to refrain from such because it can result in among other things, death,” he said.
He noted so far, they have not been able to get the full information from the student regarding how the abortion was carried out and if there were others involved in it.

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