Incidents of fire accidents have been in rise for the past weeks and over 20 Schools being affected.
Coincidentally all the fire accidents have been occuring in the night and early in the morning revealling that its a calculated move and not electricity faults as earlier suggested.
Among the elites National schools included in latest fire incidents include; mang'u High school, kakamega High school and St Josephs among others.
Following the Dormitory fire incident at kakamega High School, the school board estimated the repairs to cost more than 12M.
In addition the cost of Cctv installation in the facility costed 695,420.
During the incident the double decker beds destroyed by fire was approximated to be more that 4M.
Therefore students are required to report to school with ksh 695,420 to compensate for the Damage.
The management has further insisted that jo student Will be allowed back to school without clearing the Damage cost.
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