Police in Bomet arrested 30 KCSE candidates on charges of underage drinking and engaging in a sex party in a secluded house in Bomet County.
Bomet Township chief Ruben Ngetich said the lot were candidates who had just completed their KCSE examinations.
They were busted in an abandoned house at Chepngaina village, some three kilometers from Bomet town at 10pm on Friday.
Ngetich told the Star that they found 15 girls and a similar numbers of boys with alcohol in the said house.
The administrator said he got a tip-off from locals and immediately mobilised the police who executed the arrest.
The form four leavers are in custody at the Bomet police station. The investigators are tracing the person who sold alcohol to the students.
“We found bottles of hard drinks in the house and we are still trying to get to the bottom of this to know who exactly aided this act,” the chief said.
However, area police boss Samson Rukunga said it remains unclear whether all those arrested were students.
The arrests came as cops probe a video clip of drunken students, believed to be KCSE candidates, insulting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i and his Education counterpart Amina Mohamed.
The students of Ambira High school have since been identified by the police, a report on the same said.