It is now no news again that students has developed a tendance of burning school.
Everyday, we wake up to reports of a school that has burnt their dormitory, attempted to, while others just decided to do a go slow.
While asked for the reasons, they talk of high-handedness,a thing that many principals have disputed.
Parents are now on the receiving end as the students are sent back home when such actions are taken.
Only today, various school administration have set free their students due to either attempt to burn,go slow or worse of burning.
Here is a list of recent school that have raid off their students.
A week has not ended since Maranda Boys High School Students went back to school.
Yesterday, a dormitory of a capacity of 600 students was burnt down.
In Nakuru county, Jomo Kenyatta Boys in also on record of having touched their dormitory.
Going to subukia Sub-county of Nakuru county, a clear source have also said that Maryland Mixes Day and Boarding do boy also burnt their dormitory Over the weekend.
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