JKUAT Students Stage Protests Over Tabitha Muthoni Stabbed to Death

The students’ Union of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) have taken to the streets of Juja and its environs to protest against the killing of  incessant Tabitha Muthoni and killing of innocent students of the school.

The protests which came as a reaction to the death of a first-year student at the institution, Tabitha Muthoni, who was allegedly stabbed to death on Thursday night after she resisted thugs while walking together with a friend near Segal Hotel.

It was reported that they were ambushed by thugs who demanded their cellphones.

Meanwhile the management of JKUAT in a statement signed by the school vice chancellor Professor Victoria Wambui Ngumi, commiserated with the parents, colleagues and friends of the diseased.

“JKUAT management is deeply affected by the death of this young soul and shares its grief with the parents, her colleagues, friends and relatives of the late Tabitha. May her precious soul rest in peace,” 

While appealing to the Students’ union to be peaceful in their conducts, the management promised to do its part in bringing the perpetrator to book and curbing the menace.