The cases of fire outbreak in schools has been a normal thing nowadays as day and day we are always hearing the burning of schools. It is recent that a famously known school in bungoma county, kimilili boys two dormitories were burnt under unknown circumstances.
Today is also a bad news to both parents and students of two famously known school after their dormitories were burnt on Today's night under unknown circumstances. Ofafa Jericho high school Nairobi dormitory was burnt under unknown conditions where students were forced to spent a night outside. It is reported that some 30 students were rushed to hospital after smelling bad gas.The firebreakers arrived in the school and managed the fire as investigations are ongoing.
On the other side a famous school in Busia county,funyula subcounty,Sigalame boys dormitory was burnt also on Today's night.It is reported that so far four dormitories have been burnt down in this term.This is after the school was burnt recently in this term .Parents have been advised not panic as their students are safe and investigations are ongoing as reported by the school principal, Auma.
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