Residents from a section of Eldoret town were annoyed when they found two form three students from St Joseph's Chepterit girls stranded in Eldoret Town. The students alleges they had been chased from the institution in the late hours because of school fees.
The two students who looked frustrated said, they had paid some fee but little money was yet to be paid. The feeling from the residents is that, why the school send young girls out of school in the late hours.
One girls was from Baringo county and the other one was from Kisumu. The one from Kisumu was just confused and disappears and could not be located. The other girl who was stranded in the streets of Eldoret, was from Baringo county.
Protesting to the streets of Eldoret, the residents claimed they have tried to reach to the school management but all was in vain. The residents are calling on the ministry of education to take action against everyone who was involved in one way or another.
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