Just days after being warned that they are liable to criminal charges another school has witnessed a major fire last night,despite the source of power not being established Goseta boys high school located in Kapenguria was reportedly set on fire.located in Kapenguria its one of the big school that are located in west pokoto,As pictures and videos continued to trickle in students were seen running up and down trying to minimize fires from spreading in the compound.Others were shouting for their teachers to take videos and share them on social media users.Last week DCI warned students of participating in arsons especially those who are burning schools were told that they will prosecuted if they were caught.
Significant number of high school students have continued in torching of learning institutions which has received criticism from high ranking officials, Just last week Education Cs told learners that they will not be allowed in school if they are found with such mistakes.Kenyans have continued to rebuke such actions terming them irrelevant.
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