Over 1500 students from Sigalame Boys high School in Funyula constituency Busia county have been sent home indefinitely following burning of forth dormitory in less than two months. According to daily standards, the extra county School today in the morning. The school administration decided to take such an action to give room for thorough investigation.
''We decided to send the learners home until the principal and his Deputy assure us of their safety. It can't be that everytime dormitories are burning and no action is taken. What if dormitory burnt in the middle of the night?" PTA chair Ndombi Mungolo said referring to last night fire inferno.
Last night fire incident that razed down a dormitory by the name Ndenda came shortly after Lenana dorm was brought down on 25 August and Haile Salasie on 10th August.
Official opening date will be communicated soon once the issue has been solved. Click on this link to get full information https://www.facebook.com/88201339429/posts/10159684977299430/?app=fbl
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