Two Shools in Migori have been razed in suspected arson attacks.
The fire at a 250-bed capacity dormitory at St Peter's Abwao left Form Two and Form Three students without accommodation.
Education stakeholders led by Suna West Sub-County education director George Onyango and school Principal Jackton Ogolla were forced to send the affected students home as police investigate the incident.
“The only students who are allowed to go home are the Form Two and Form Three ones because they are the most affected. Even day scholars will have to go home until Monday as the issue is resolved,” said Onyango.
No one was injured during the fire at St Peter's Abwao that started at 9 pm when the students were attending preps.
It's a sad news indeed for the students at the affected school and the government should get in to help the schools raise new buildings.
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