Remains of student and school's property
Student unrest in secondary schools might just have taken a break during the half-term break initiated by the Ministry of education with a motive of quelling down the rampage that has been experienced in high schools all over the country.
The latest victim is Bosiango SDA secondary school located at Bogichora ward, west Mogirango constituency in Nyamira County, where a dormitory that was housing form 1,2 and 3 students was razzed down by an Inferno yesterday night.
The cause of the fire has not yet been established even as security officers begin investigations to ascertain the cause of the inferno,casualties have not yet been reported.
George abuya who is the MCA of Bogichora ward managed to donate 90 blankets that will help the affected students who lost their property to the Inferno.
Parents whose children study at the school have appealed to the area MP Vincent kemosi, to offer his assistance to the school.
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