As the Kenya Certificate of Secondary National Examinations, KCSE, is ongoing and enters day two, a family in Kinagop is demanding for answers from Alliance High School after their son went missing two weeks ago.
The 18-year-old student was sent home alongside other students to collect stationeries that will be used during the exams.
Fredrick Njoroge father to Elisaphanson Kinyanjui is blaming the school for what he termed it as negligence.
The school had released students to go and collect stationeries required for the KCSE exams without alerting the parents.
When Kinyanjui failed to appear, it took the school seven days before they notified the parent that his son was not back to school.
The search for the student is ongoing although he has already missed his examinations.
The parent is out looking for his own son as he says the school is not helping him out to solve the missing mystery of his son.
By Purity Nyang’ara