The cases of school fires are becoming very common in the country.The Government should swiftly move in to find out the problems in the schools.The cases are coming at a time when the form four students are in the middle of their last academic year where they need attention from the teachers.
Buruburu Girls High School students were treated to horrific scenes after fire burnt their dormitories.Some of the students had to jump from a the upper floors in order to save their lives.Luckily,they survived.Some 59 students have however been admitted to a nearby Metropolitan hospital and so far,they are in stable condition.
This aside,a giant boys secondary school has also gone up in flames a few hours after the Buruburu Girls High School incident.The giant Chavakali boys high school also suffered the same fate.All the students in Chavakali survived the accident that caught them unware.Students tried to salvage their belongings but the fire overpowered them.The cause of the fire is still unknown.
A few hours after the two fire incidences in the two schools.Kitale Police station suffered the same fate.The station also had its properties reduced to ashes.The workshop which had a lot of valuables were burnt.As reported by citizen tv this morning,the workshop is just behind the police station buildings.Nothing was salvaged.
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