Over the last few weeks, incidents of fire breaking out in schools have been on a high with the administration of the schools and the Ministry of Education unsure of what to do.
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Schools resumed classes after their midterm break and since then three schools have been razed down by fires so far.
Reports on our desks this morning is that another girls high school in Nyanza has been razed down by a fire.
St. Mary's School Yalla has been destroyed by a fire in one of the dormitories last night according to reliable reports.
The dormitory at the school is said to be housing 400 students as a fire broke out at the institution last night.
The institution has been closed indefinitely and students have been sent home after the fire incident.
Picture courtesy. St. Mary's School Yalla.
It's unclear as to who or what started the fire that destroyed millions of shillings worth of property last night.
Incidents of school fires have been on the rise and despite the mid term break, the trend continues.
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