The Government is determined to make students more comfortable in schools.It does everything possible to see that the students are safe right from issuing directives to the principals not to send the students home to paying capitation fees for them.However,some students still don't appreciate this.Some have continued to take the laws in their hands by burning their schools as a way of expressing their anger towards the unfulfilled demand.
Schools have been getting burnt with Sigalame boys high school in Busia taking the lead in several incidences.Forgeting about these,students from two separate neighbouring schools will have to struggle in order to find where to sleep after fire engulfing their dorms in one night.Two schools in Migori County have lost their dormitories.
St Peters Abwao secondary in Suna East has seen a dorm hosting 280 students going up in flames.The Principal Mr Jackson Ogola has said that the fire caught them unaware and despite the school having fire extinguishers,nothing was salvaged.
On the other hand,Osingo Mixed secondary school in the same Suna East has also lost its dorm that hosted 76 students.Unfortunately,the causes of fire in the two schools are not known with investigations still going on.The schools' administrations have called upon the well wishers to come up and help the students who have nowhere to sleep since they have lost all their crucial belongings.Education News Digital has established this.
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