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Three Students Released While Boarding Students Set to Pay Ksh7,954 When Reporting Back

After Saint Thomas Aquinas Igumori Secondary School in Mbeere, Embu county was set ablaze, three students were taken into custody on attempts to get answers on how the fire started.

According to The Standard Digital, The High Court has ordered the release of the three students from Kiritiri Police Station in Mbeere South where they were being detained since November 16th.

Moreover, the students were set to be released on a bond of Ksh100,000 or cash bail of Ksh50,000 while awaiting the police officers to complete investigations.

As per a report by the Standard Digital, a Total of Ksh1,518,400 in property is set to have gone into flames after the Kilimanjaro Dormitory, accomodating 106 students was brought down.

While the students have been allowed it report back to school with their parents or guardians, they are also expected to pay Sh7,954 to repair the dormitory.

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