St John's Nyamangwe Boys In Kisii County is on Fire
By lemasmwas | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 0 views
Saint John's Nyamangwe boys in kisii county is on fire where it yet to be determined what caused the fire in this school.
This is happening at the time when the government is the plan to dissolve all the boarding school in the nation following the series of events that have been happening more so after schools resumed from the long holiday cause by covid-19.
Education cabinet minister magoha had stated that the teachers and prefects on duty will be responsible for the fire which might be found in schools. This is because there have been incidences of fire outbreak in schools especially boarding schools and events that are really scaring where students beat their teachers and even sturb them with knives.
The relevant authorities will therefore go ahead to determine the cause of the fire in this school so that if there is any kind of criminal action resulting from students can be correct and the right policies applied.
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