A student from Ofafa Jericho High School torched down a entire dormitory to rebel evening preps that is mandatory in the school.
According to Kamukunji sub-county police report, the school principle Julious Linge mobilized students to attend the evening preps however, some defied the orders. A section of students refused to come out of the dormitory.
The teacher on duty burst out at the studdens forcing them to attend the scheduled curricular activity. One student sneaked into the dormitory and set one of the cubicles on fire. The flames spread like wildfire and burnt up the dormitory.
Kudos to the school stuff and some of the students who helped to put off the fire.
Several students acquired minor injuries as they attempted to salvage their personal items on the dormitory. Some inhaled excessive carbon monoxide and were rushed to the hospital. 50 students were admitted after medical assessments shown that they needed urgent attention from the doctors.
The number of cases involving school fire incidents have been on the rise in Kenya. This calls for a red alarm to the kenyan government that, something needs to be done. The government should oversee that all students are enrolled in a program on how to avoid evil mind of burning down school property
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