- Five unknown people demanded to see a head teacher who had been attacked
- The five men, who did not identify themselves demanded to see her in hospital
- They were however denied access to the hospital to see the patient
Five unknown people on Tuesday afternoon went to Mediheal Hospital to visit an attack victim admitted there.
The five men, who did not identify themselves, asked to see Toniok Girls Secondary School principal Sally Nabori, who had been attacked by a stranger in her office.
According to the hospital’s General Manager, Santosh Devaraj, two of them visited the hospital at around noon and the other three at 2pm.
The three told nurses they had come from Kisii and wanted to see Ms Nabori.
“... They were however denied access to the hospital to see the patient,” said Mr Devaraj.
In his brief, the general manager said the hospital was investigating the matter.
Nabori was attacked by a man who went to the school asking to be hired as a games trainer.
The head teacher refused to offer the stranger the job and when he insisted, he was asked to wait in the reception area.
After 15 minutes, he forced his way into the office and took out a hammer with which he attacked the head teacher, hitting her on the forehead several times.
By yesterday, Nabori’s family had not reported the matter to the police.
The man was allowed into the school after telling a security guard that he had an appointment with the principal.