Cases of torching of schools are beginning to bite.The Government needs to move in swiftly to curb the vice which is turning out to be a thorn in flesh.Parents whose children are in boarding schools have had to be worried since they don't know about tomorrow.
Yesterday, Buruburu Girls High School students nearly died in a fire inferno.However,as reported by the principal,the fire began in just one cubicle.Just after the Buruburu girls case,Chavakali boys high school in Western Kenya suffered the same fate.Luckily,all the students were rescued.
Today,a report on the unrest in schools continue to bite.Two more schools are reported to have been closed.Litein High school and Molo academy have been closed indefinitely.In Litein High School in Kericho,the students went on strike destroying properties leading to closure of the school.
On the other hand,Molo academy students have had to go home after the closure of their school.Another third school,Tenges boys high school students in Baringo had to express their anger on the roads today.As reported by Teachers Updates,the students pelted vehicles with stones as they chanted solidarity songs along Kabarnet-Kasoiyo-Tenges road.They demanded that the current principal,Paul Busienei be removed.
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