Grade Seven Pupil Commits Suicide After Parents Refuse To Let Him Go Watch UEFA Champions League Finals
A young boy from Kenya committed suicide after his parents allegedly refused to let him go watch the UEFA Champions League finals on Saturday.
Mavin Ochieng Okuku, a grade seven student at Ramba Primary School in Suba North constituency, Kenya reportedly wanted to go to Ramba trading centre to watch the match between Chelsea and Manchester City which aired at 10 pm on Saturday.
According to Pulse, Mavin who was a die-hard soccer fan requested to go watch the game but his parents declined and told him to go to bed instead.
The mother locked his bedroom door from outside to prevent him from sneaking from home and that’s when the young boy reportedly hung himself.
He was found with a trouser tied around his neck inside the room where he was sleeping
The body was discovered by his mother who went to wake him up.
The minor’s body has since been taken to Kirindo mortuary
In an almost similar development, two die-hard fans of English Premier League (EPL) giants Chelsea have landed themselves in the dock after they attempted to murder a rival football fan for mocking their team.
Chelsea FC which was the duo’s favorite had been defeated in the FA Cup Final by Leicester Football Club. This defeat did not sit well with two Chelsea fans from Zimbabwe, Ezra Kanyawa and Blessing Farai Mhlanga.
The two men who were brooding over their loss were incensed when Commerce Munamati mocked their beloved team. The three had all been watching the FA Cup Final at a sports bar in Harare’s central business district
Kanyawa and Mhlanga tried to kill Munamati following a heated altercation after the match. However, no details were provided on how the two Chelsea fans tried to kill Munamati.
Kanyawa and Mhlanga were arrested and charged with attempted murder.