Students jump out of a moving vehicle after being caught with bhang

Detectives based in Kirinyaga, central Kenya, are tracing the whereabouts of 14 students who jumped from the windows of a moving Nairobi-bound taxi after they were busted smoking weed.

The students from Fred’s Grammer mixed secondary school had boarded the taxi belonging to 2NK SACCO at the Karatina bus stage, headed for their mid-term break.

However, on approaching Kibingoti along the Nyeri-Nairobi highway, the driver John Maina sensed a strong aroma of cannabis Sativa coming from the back of the taxi.

Upon checking the rearview mirror, he was shocked to see billowing smoke as the seemingly excited teenagers passed a joint amongst themselves while others imbibed alcoholic drinks.

“The concerned driver urged them to stop but the intoxicated students became unruly threatening him with dire consequences, as others warned him to mind his business and concentrate on driving them to Nairobi,” said the police.

Incensed by the unbecoming conduct of the students, the driver decided to drive them to the Sagana police station.

However, the students who were quick to notice the sudden detour hurriedly disembarked from the vehicle as it made its way to the station.

They dangerously jumped from the windows of the taxi, leaving their half-smoked joints, half-filled bottles with liquor and luggage in the vehicle.

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