It's Enough! Kenyans React After A School In Kapenguria Was Set On Fire Last Night
By OumaDolly | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 0 views
Kenyans have now come up openly to say they are tired of waking up daily on to hear reports of burnt schools.
This is after another school in Kapenguria which is located in West Pokot was reported to have been set on fire overnight. Goseti boys highschool which is one of the biggest highschool in west Pokot was reported to have cought fire over night leading to losses of worth millions of shillings.
The source of fire is yet to be established,however the reports are indicating that no student or any member of the school was injured by the fire.
This happened barely few days after the minister of Education professor George Magoha had said that any student who will be found to engage themselves in burning of school will be treated as a criminal and shall be charged accordingly.
At the same time the DCI had also issued a statement saying that such students shall not be allowed to go free and shall be detained if at all cought in such activities.
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