The parents are getting more worried about the torching of schools.It seems like this term has started on a wrong note.Schools are getting burnt.Innocent students are losing their precious properties.The students from poor families are left to survive after their properties getting burnt by their colleagues.
Just the other day,two separate schools in Migori got burnt.The students are the major suspects.Busia county has been on the headlines for constant burning of the famous Sigalame boys high school.In last term alone,the school got burnt four times.Unfortunately,the school workers were involved after differing with the administration.
The county is at it again.Two separate schools have been burnt at the same time just like in the case of Migori schools.A dormitory at Butula girls secondary school in Butula Sub-County has been burnt.Fortunately,fire brigade from Butula arrived an hour late and put off the fire before causing more damages.However,60 students have lost all their belongings.
On the other hand,a dormitory at John Osogo secondary school in Budalangi has also gone up in flames.No property was salvaged in today's early morning incident.Efforts by teachers and students to put off the fire were fruitless.However in this school,it is suspected that the fire might have been caused by electric fault.Education Digital News has revealed all these.
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