Bomet police officer manning KCSE exams dies after complaining of chest pain


A police officer manning the ongoing KCSE exams at Kapchepkoro Secondary School in Bomet County has died after complaining of chest pain and breathing complications.

According to Bomet County Police Commandant Robinson Ndiwa, the officer smoothly performed his duties the entire morning session and during the afternoon hours he complained of chest pain, prompting his supervisor to seek guidance from relevant authorities.

Ndiwa said after a quick consultation he was rushed to Kaplong Hospital while arrangements were adjusted to accommodate another officer as a replacement.

By Our Reporter

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