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Police officer stabs Mwingi School bursar over ‘excess’ fee feud

A serious assault case was reported to Mwingi police station where a former parent of Mwingi Boys Secondary School attacked a school bursar demanding to be refunded back school fees of KES 19630. 

Mwingi Police Station in Mwingi town. Police in Mwingi Central Sub County. Police are investigating an incident where a police officer who had enrolled his son to Mwingi Boys Secondary School attacked the school bursar demanding to be refunded fees he had paid. Photo/FILE

The parent who is police officer by profession was armed with knife. He attacked Mr Alex Mwanzia, the school bursar. The school official sustained a deep cut on his left breast and right forefinger.

It took the intervention of school accounts clerk to disarm the attacker.

Mwingi police said that Mr Victor Mutua managed to disarm the accused.

According to a police OB seen by MWINGI TIMES, the fees had been previously paid via Tana River CDF kitty for the father's son called Mohamed B Haji of admission number 5466. The young man had completed the school in April this year.

The area police boss said that upon hearing the commotion, the students rushed to the office and beat the police officer who sustained injuries on his head.

"The accused was rescued and rushed to Mwingi Level IV Hospital for treatment while the complainant was rushed to Mwingi Medicare Hospital, treated and admitted in fair condition", said Mwingi OCPD.

Police kept the knife used to attack the bursar as exhibit as investigations continue.



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