It is a dream of every parent to see his or her child complete his or her studies successful. The safety of a child in any school is a concern of every parents. As parents takes their children to school they entrust them with teachers who should ensure they are safe while in school.
However, at Nyahuru Town View Academy unexpected happened yesterday night after a KCPE Candidate was burnt in a late night celebration after completing class eight examination.
According to information that has been shared in various media, a KCPE candidate is nursing burn injuries she allegedly sustained during a fun-making exercise at the school compound shortly after completing her last national examination.
School headteacher had asked candidates to gathers outside school compound and ordered them to light a bonfire after their evening meals as part of celebrations which went up to around 2:00 am.
Parents of the affected pupil learnt about the incident today morning and they want ministry of education to take serious action on management and teachers who were involved during the incident. Parents have also added that they were not informed of any celebration organized by school.
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