Fire outbreak has been reported at Ofafa Jericho high school within Nairobi Metropolitan region. According to the video shared online by the nation television Kenya. Close to fifty student's were Rushed to a Nairobi hospital after inhaling smoke while trying to salvage their proparties that were burning.
According to school principal. It is claimed that, there was a misunderstanding between some students who didn't want to attend prep time. A teacher on duty was forced to go and send them to class only for one to sneak back and started Fire in line Cube. Students and some staff members at the institution tried their best to out off Fire and eventually succeeded. No fatality has been reported as per the information shared by ntv Kenya.
Here are some reactions.
"The problem is making boarding schools the educational reincarnations of prisons. And just because many have gone through it doesn't mean that they are not Kamiti in disguise" posted David.
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