Court Grants Access to Arrested Directors and Teachers to School after Death of Joy Gardens Pupi

Following the death of a pupil at Joy Gardens Primary School, the court has allowed two directors and three teachers who were arrested in connection with the incident to access the school premises.

The court modified its previous orders, which had prohibited them from visiting or coming near the institution situated in Nairobi’s Umoja-Tena area.

The individuals granted access are Jane Waithera Kimani, James Mungai Gachimo, Caroline Nthio Matheka, Anthony Mwangi Kimani, and Vanice Kerubo Bosire.

Additionally, the court is set to make a decision regarding Antony Mwangi Kimani’s request for his passport to be released, enabling him to travel outside the jurisdiction, specifically to the UK.

However, the prosecution objected to the passport application, citing ongoing investigations as grounds for withholding the passport.

The five individuals were arrested following the mysterious death of a Grade 8 boy, with the school asserting that he fell from the seventh floor of the school building. They are being represented by lawyer Danstan Omari.

Nevertheless, Wesley Njiru’s family has challenged the school’s assertion, disputing that their son’s death resulted from a fall.

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Ken Maasai

Ken Wakuraya is a seasoned Journalist with official accreditation from the Media Council of Kenya, possessing extensive expertise in covering political, Entertainment, and Human interest stories.

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