As fires continue to wreck havoc across the nation in many schools, parents are left paralyzed with fear every time they tune to the news every evening.
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With reports streaming in today showing about ten schools were razed down by fires today, it's still unclear as to the students who are burning the schools are after or what their motive is.
This evening, we have learnt of a strange occurrence in Embu County where a popular secondary school burnt as well.
Gitiburi Secondary School in Embu County was consumed by fire while students were busy attending church service.
The cause of the fire has not been established and no one has been brought to book because of the fire that happened this morning.
The fire, however, was put out in time before it could destroy millions more of shillings worth of property that belongs to the school.
According to MBUGI TV on the 7PM News Bulletin, the school in Embu County saw the county fire department respond in time.
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