Residents urged to share vital information on stolen laptops

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Kapsabet School for the Deaf pupils during the ceremony
Kapsabet School for the Deaf pupils during the ceremony

Emgwen Sub County assistant Commissioner John Matundura has appealed to Mosobecho residents who may have information concerning laptops that were stolen from Mosobecho Primary School to come out and report. He said informants won’t be questioned further concerning the information, urging them not to fear. The 46 stolen laptops belonged to Standard One pupils in the school, and two weeks have passed since the incident happened

Two weeks have passed since the incident happened. He revealed that such an incident happened recently in another county and within a week the laptops had been found due to vital information from residents.

Matundura was speaking at Kapsabet School for the Deaf during the official unveiling of a school bus given to the school by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Kapsabet School for the Deaf has three levels of education, which include the Primary level, Secondary level and vocational training.