The cases of arsons is schools in the country are once again spreading fast and furious in schools across the country. This has resulted to massive destruction of property in schools and disruption of academic activities in affected schools.
This evening, education sector has been hit hard following the fire incident at Ofafa Jericho School in Nairobi City county. The cause of fir is still not know. According to reports several students have sustained burns and they have since been taken to Metropolitan hospital in Buruburu for further medical attention.
Fire destroyed students beds and other personal facilitate. The source further reveals that students taken to Metropolitan hospital in Buruburu are in stable condition. Police have since launched investigation into the cause of fire that has led to massive destruction of property.
This happens just days to completion of first term of 2021 academic year. Government and other stakeholders need to check into cases of fire in schools and get long lasting solutions to this perennial problem.
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