Last week, Anestar Boys high school that is based in Nakuru county hit the headlines after a very unusual incident happened where over 70 boys jumped the school fence and visited a neighbouring girls school by the name Anestar precious girls high school at night.
The school administration has already expelled the 70 boys and has reinstated them to complete their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams that will be coming to an end next week.
University Education PS Dr. Simon Nabukwesi is the latest government leader to condemn the incident and has called upon serious investigation to be conducted by the detectives to determine what caused the Anestar Boys to jump the fence and go to the neighbouring girls school. Dr. Nabukwesi has said that the school risks closure from the ministry of education following the hineous act.
Nabukwesi was speaking today in Nakuru county where he officially graced the exam process in the region. He added on saying the school should impart knowledge and good morals to the learners.
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