Blazes of fire have razed one of the Maranda High school dormitories block a week after the the school administration send home form four students. Following the tragedy, the form four students had been send home indefinitely after what is reported as refusing to do their mock examinations and other grievancies.
It is from the action taken by the management to send home the 400 form four students that they threatened to burn down the school facilities. Sourcese confirm that, the razed dormitory block with the name Owino Complex Dormitory, caught fire today December 5, 2022 during the morning hours around 11.30 am. However, no casualties have been reported from the incident. The two floors block is estimated to accommodate a capacity of 630 students. Fire fighters at Siaya County who have been contacted, responded immediately and initiated putting out the flames exercise.
Mr. Richard Karani and who is the Bondo Deputy County Commissioner Richard has confirmed the incident saying that investigation reqarding the is already underway. “It is true there is a fire incident at Maranda High School,” he said, “we have a team on the ground and an investigation has been launched.” Karan stated.
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