St John's Nyamagwa Boys in Kisii County is Allegedly on Fire
By SammieN | self meida writer
Published 7 days ago - 0 views
Cases of students' unrest in schools continue to be the order of the day. Just during the day, Moi girls high school went on rampage demanding for immediate transfer of their school principal claiming that the principal is making there life unbarrable.
County Education officials visited the school and they finally came up with a decision to indefinitely close the institution until further notice. Learners have been given upto tommorow to vacate the school premises.
According to the phone call that I have received from a teacher at st John's Nyamagwa Boys high school in Kissii county is that a dormitory is currently on fire. The cause of the fire has not been established. It is Alleged That the fire started in the evening when students were on their evening preps. The dormitory which carries more than 50 students is believed to have been affected.
Government need to intervene inorder to stop these unrest in schools. Learners should know that strike is not the only way out of airing their grievances.
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