The students returned home from school a few days after a short break. However, the number of students running schools and other campuses has increased since the beginning of the year as well as most in recent months.
While the root causes of these fires are still complex to solve, they are reported to be dishonest students who want to make life harder for school officials.
The first school to be considered when students return to school after a short break is said to be Moi Forces Lanet Girls Academy. The school was set on fire as soon as the students returned in the middle of the night.
Nonetheless, it has been reported that over the past few hours, another popular boys' school, Njabini Bots Highschool in Nyandarua County, has been rallied by angry students. It is estimated that millions of dollars have been lost in the fire.
The rooms were reportedly set on fire, but no one was injured. School safety officials criticized school security officials for their negligence, but investigations are still ongoing to determine the cause of the fire.
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