There’s a sinister going-ons at the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) in South Korea. It has become a death trap for Kenyan students.
The government recently signed a contract with KAIST to develop a similar institution at Konza TechnoCity.
According to an article written in 2016, the KAIST in South Korea had had eleven people (six undergraduate students, four graduate students, and one professor) have taken their own lives since 2011. The suicides are known as the “KAIST incident.”
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I work for the Kenyan embassy in Seoul South Korea and over the last 4 years I have noticed a very worrying set of events.
As you know, Kenya is currently developing a technopolis in Konza and using the Korean model under the Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) to develop it.
However, there have been strange events that have happened at the insitutitions that involved Kenyans that needs to be scrutinized.
Over the last 3 years, the Kenyan embassy in Seoul has handled the suicide of 3 Kenyans all at KAIST. The most recent of these was last weekend when a student studying nuclear engineering tried to kill himself by taking medicine overdose.
Instead of launching an inquiry into the reason why so many Kenyans were killing themselves at this institution, the Embassy with the help of some of the people involved in developing Konza have covered it up.
A Mrs. Caroline Kariuki, who is a director of The Konza Technopolis Development Authority (Phone number 0733514541) and email (email@example.com) has been involved in the cover-up.
Word around the embassy is that because KAIST wants to preserve its name, it has spent several millions of dollars as compensation but none of this money has reached the families of those involved.
In a typical fashion, President Uhuru Kenyatta has ignored the plight of the students studying abroad, has teamed up with a foreign government to collude and benefit off the death of students.
It looks like the Chinese and Koreans are killing our people but all that Uhuru’s regime cares about is bribes and stupid projects.
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