The ministry of education recorded a big number of cases last year that involved burning down of schools. More than thirty schools were reported to have caught up fire with which the causes of inferno. The fire outbreaks caused properties of unknown value to be reduced back to ashes.
Following the academic calendar, all learning institutions including primary and secondary schools reopened on 03/01/2022 for third term. It is sad news that St Luke Catholic Primary school was burnt to ashes on 02/03/2022.
The cause of the inferno has not been established however properties of unknown value were destroyed by fire. Up to the moment, no case of mortality has been reported, however investigations are on to establish exactly what caused the fire.
The bad news have been reported on the first day of the third term. Parents are reminded to warm their children against criminal offences since they can ruin their future careers. Thanks for reading this article. Please like,share and give your views on the way to curb inferno cases through a comment.
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