viagra order geneva;”>Our reporter visited the school yesterday (Monday) Morning and now recounts:
I reached the school at a half past eleven and signed in at the gate, citing an official appointment to the head of the school as my reason for the visit.
The mood at the school where Keron collapsed last week seemed normal as the pupils were in their classes busy concentrating on their work.
From a distance I could see P6 A, the class in which the deceased would sit with his colleagues, and the pupils inside were attending a lesson.
I went straight to the Head Master’s office who welcomed me and later referred me to the Deputy’s office.
The Deputy Headmaster told me that he had sent a one Steven to Keron’s home to get permission to make comments to the press hence advising me to wait for him until he returned.
He (the deputy took my business card and also gave me Steven’s number and promised to call me as soon as he got any update from the Keron family.
I moved out of the school and waited from a nearby internet café.
At 2PM, I called Steven who told me there was no progress on security permission from singer Juliana’s family members.
I kept on calling the School’s Deputy Head Teacher and Steven after every hour until at 6 PM when Steven disclosed to me that Keron’s mother, Juliana had “instructed that no one at the school, whether a teacher or a pupil was supposed to make any comments to the press as regards the death of her son.”
Keron passed away Sunday morning at Aga Khan hospital where he was admitted with severe asthma.
He will be laid to rest on Friday at Matugga off Bombo Road.
Juliana says she needs privacy for the family to mourn the loss of their precious little angel.