The outbreak of school fires has revisited highschool with new cases being reported daily. Cases of rampages and riots from the student has rised with some students getting arrested over arson cases.
On Monday evening a new cases of school fire was reported. Ofafa jericho a popular highschool in Nairobi county are the latest casualties of the fire.
A dormitory which is said to host around two hundred boys is on fire with the fire fighters are currently trying to put of the fire together with school fraternity.
The late night inferno is said to have been reported when the boys were continuing with there preps when the school gaurd noticed the fire alerting the teachers and students.
The school administration has said that the will start an immediate investigation to come up with the course. The have also asked parents not to be afraid saying everything is under control.
The ministry of education has condmned this fires giving tough measures saying anybody found in involved in this cases will be charged with arson.
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