St Lukes Boys High Kimilili secondary school in Bungoma County is on fire. The cause of fire has not yet identified. Fire extinguisher from Bungoma County with the help from Khetia's supermarket team are on scene to put off the fire.
No casualties was reported as students were on evening preps she the fire broke out. The area member of parliament Hon Didmus Baraza has pledged to offer out support to ensure the school is back to normalcy with shortest time possible.
Since schools reopened four incidence of school fires has been reported. One in Murang'a County while the students were still in class.
The cooks in the kitchen which is few metres away are said to be the ones who saw the fire flames and alerted the administration.
The students and the neighbouring community managed to put the fire off. According to K24 digital, property of unknown value was reduced to ashes.
Another incident of fire was reportedly broke out in one of the dormitories in Gitweku Girls Secondary School in Kangema. No casualties was also reported. K24 efforts to reach out to the school principal proved futile.
In Nakuru county, Kambaa Girls High School in Lari Constituency was reported to be on fire at around 6 pm on Sunday.
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