Just for days after form four Students were sent home for allegedly trying to burn down School, A dormitory fire has been reported at Maranda High School.
The Boaz Owino Complex which houses Form One students, was seen burning in the late morning hours on Sunday. Confirming the incident, Bondo Deputy County Commissioner Richard Karani said firefighters from the Siaya County Government are already at the school trying to put out the fire.
Over 400 form Four students were on Wednesday sent home for allegedly threatening to burn the institution in an incident where they refused to sit their mock exams. The students were sent home following a decision by the school's Board of Management that met at the institution on Wednesday morning.
The threats, the teacher said, were written on toilet walls, an issue that drew curiosity amongst the other students, with ten reporting the matter to the administration. Meanwhile, Five Students from the School have been arrested following the fire incident pending investigation.
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