Since schools reopened this year on January 4 more cases of indiscipline is being reported in various schools. Many schools have been on fire. Last night, Tengecha Boys High School two dormitories were burnt down by fire. No student was injured in that incident. This is according what was posted on Facebook Pages today morning.
Tengecha Boys High School is found in Bureti sub county in Kericho County. The cause of the hasn't been revealed. After the post Kenyans have reacted differently concerning the incident. Here are some of the reactions.
Holly Cheru. We should stop posting fire or strikes in schools. It just triggers more strikes in other schools.
Jeff Yegon. It is high time we deal with young boys and girls mercilessly. Let the perpetrators be brought to book and face the really outcomes of such ill acts. Here are the others in screenshots.
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