Kericho county schools have become the newsmakers after another school went on strike today forcing the top management of the institution to close the school indefinitely. This happens exactly a few days since Kipsigis girls' high school demonstrated on the road.
In what has not been identified, Kericho Tea Boys' high school went on strike today and the school closed indefinitely. The school has now been left empty with only chairs and some staff still at the school's compound.
Kericho Tea Boys' high school which is located near the Kericho golf club and a few meters from Kericho town have since been silent and many could not expect them to strike.
Sources of news aware of the incident of striking students didn't reveal what transpired before the students start striking. Also, it has not been revealed when the institution of learning will resume its normal business.
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