Sad news to the ministry of education as three schools catch fire at the same time following this latest update. Actually on yesterday on 27th November 2021 three different schools in different counties were burnt down into ashes. This comes shortly after the ministry of education permitted corporal punishment to be applied in the schools as one of the measures of controlling indisciplined cases in the schools. Parents are not happy at all with the unrest and unruly of the students in the schools.
Unfortunately the ministry of education has now received sad news as three schools catch fire at the same time. Actually Waaa Boys High School dormitories in Kwale was burnt down into ashes yesterday while the students were in their evening preps. Also Karima Boys High School dormitories in Othaya Nyeri County were also razed down by yesterday night when the students were in their evening preps and finally Bosiango Secondary School dormitories were burnt down into ashes by yesterday night when the students were in their, surely the cause of all these fire incidents is not well known. Police have started the investigations.
What steps the Education stakeholders should take in order to avert these unnecessary indisciplined cases in the schools. Kindly feel free to share, like and give your views.
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