Residents of Baringo county have witnessed a very sad scenario today where a famous secondary school has been destroyed by fire. Aiyebo Boys Secondary School had been alleged to have cought up in fire a few hours ago and loosing property worth millions to this fire
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According to witnesses, this fire destroyed the library, canteen, store and teachers' quarters. The main cause of this fire has not yet been identified however the police officers have already arrived at the school so that they can carry out their investigations so as to know what really happened leading to this fire accident.
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By good luck, nobody got hurt from this fire incident as all school staff managed to escape the buildings on time. The school has lost property worth millions to this fire for nothing got savaged from the fire. Please share your opinions on this incident on the comments section below. Please do like, comment and share.
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