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Andrew Njiru Mwangi Victim of Mistaken Identity after Job hunt for 12 Years

How a 12-year wait for job ended in tragic case of mistaken identity for teacher Andrew Njiru Mwangi in Murang'a

In a shocking turn of events, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has been hit with distressing news. It has been reported that a newly employed teacher, Andrew Njiru Mwangi, has allegedly been beaten to death by villagers.

Andrew Njiru Mwangi, a native of Embu County, was recently confirmed by the TSC and was posted to a Village School in Murang’a County. Due to the long distance between his home and the school, Andrew opted to rent a house near his place of work.

He was scheduled to commence his teaching duties in Kiharu constituency on the 1st of September. However, tragedy struck when Andrew’s lifeless body was discovered floating in the River Sagana, near Gicagi village, caught amidst a cluster of rocks.

This distressing incident has left the education community and the TSC in a state of shock and disbelief. Investigations into the circumstances surrounding Andrew Njiru’s untimely demise are underway, and authorities are diligently working to bring those responsible to justice.


May his soul find eternal peace, and may his family and colleagues find strength during this difficult time.

Tambua Africa Reporter

Blogger and news writer at Tambua Africa News.

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