The education sector has been in the limelight for the last few days for all the wrong reasons so to say as incidents of indiscipline among students has been on an alarming rise in various parts of the country. Apart from incidents of indiscipline and burning of school property, other schools like Buruburu Girls High School have had to endure Challenges like fire outbreaks in what appears to be a very tight academic calendar, where teachers are rushing to cover for the lost time.
Buruburu Girls High School was in the headlines recently when a block of the dormitory of the institution burnt down and some students were injured as they tried to escape. Picture courtesy. Image used for illustration. This afternoon, it has emerged that a popular teacher of Mathematics and Chemistry at the institution has been killed in Mombasa.
Government have being building school and employing thousands of teachers to teach students and assess them. Unfortunately, some students have been arrested by police officers after participating in burning and destroying their own schools. These cases should be condemned and all stakeholders should come together and solve this problem which has been witnessed in several schools now.
Kenya has witnessed a wave of school fires in the past few weeks, with more than 10 high schools having been burnt down in a period of one month alone. The fires have led to the closure of many schools leaving parents and school heads demanding help from the government.
The cases of school fires are becoming very common in the country.The Government should swiftly move in to find out the problems in the schools.The cases are coming at a time when the form four students are in the middle of their last academic year where they need attention from the teachers.
Buruburu Girls High School hit the headlines last week after fire thst nearly killed some students from the institution.Fire started in a cubicle that hosted 45 students and spread rapidly.This led to some students jumping from the upper floors on to the ground.Luckily,they were quickly admitted to a nearby hospital.
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.
Apparently, Buruburu Girls High School is among the few institutions which have been involved in the whole issue of burning facilities and the students unrest has made the government release dates for an impromptu closing dates. According to what the management at Buruburu High School said, there was a technical problem and basically the dormitory caught fire due to misalignment of the electric wires.
The training area has been withinside the limelight for the previous couple of days for all the incorrect motives so to mention as incidents of indiscipline amongst college students has been on an alarming upward thrust in diverse components of the country. Apart from incidents of indiscipline and burning of faculty property, different colleges like Buruburu Girls High School have needed to bear Challenges like hearthplace outbreaks in what seems to be a totally tight educational calendar, in which instructors are dashing to cowl for the misplaced time.
The problem of students setting down their school dormitories on fire has become a great threat to the ministry of education. Records indicate that atleast two schools are burnt in every week. Among the schools that have suffered this are the following: 1. Kakamega High School Kakamega High School is a national secondary school located in Western, Kakamega county.
Buruburu Girls High School students are expected back in school next week on Monday and Tuesday respctively. They will also be expected to report back with a Sh1,500 fine following a dorm fire that left scores of learners injured last week. In a letter to parents and guardians , each student is expected to report with the sum in order to cater for damage incurred in the inferno.
A wave of school fires in the country has left parents and other education stakeholders demanding solutions from the government. Kenya is witnessing a spike in the cases of unrest in schools, with more than 32 leaning institutions having been burnt down this term alone. A number of schools have been closed down after dormitories, classrooms and laboratories were torched and in some instances learners left nursing injuries.
The schooling quarter has been in the limelight for the closing few days for all the incorrect motives so to say, as incidents of indiscipline amongst college students has been on an alarming upward push in a number of components of the country. Apart from incidents of indiscipline and burning of college property, different faculties like Buruburu Girls High School have had to undergo challenges like fireplace outbreaks in what seems to be a very tight tutorial calendar, the place instructors are speeding to cowl for the misplaced time.
Buruburu Girls High School will be reopening back next week after the dorm caught fire. Students in that school have been given tough measures to follow when the school is reopening back. Students have been asked to do the following when they reopen back: 1) Ensure that they fully pay the school fees.
The family of Buruburu Girls High School teacher who died in DiaNi at GIsimba Villa have reject the results of Autopsy released by police. The family rejected the Autopsy demanding more investigations to be conducted. According Nelson's father, Claude Otsianda, the actual cause of his son cannot be drowning because it's findings goes contrary to what CCTV Footage obtained at the hotel revealed.
Cases of unrest in schools are in the rise even after the Ministry of Education had solved on method of reducing the crisis. The Ministry of Education had established that one of the reason why there was unrest in school was due to the long weeks without halftem. The sector provided a relief to students by issuing a notice that both secondary and primary schools will be going for hallfterm on 19 th of November to 23rd November.
Two students of Buruburu Girls High School are set to be arraigned in court over the fire incident which occured recently. According to reports, about 59 students sustained serious injuries and were admitted to hospital. The two students are alleged to have planned and burned one of the cubicles before escaping and leaving behind their fellow students.
On Monday, two Buruburu Girls High School pupils will be arraigned in connection with a fire that broke out at the school last week, resulting in the hospitalization of 59 students. One of the cubicles was set ablaze on October 31 before the two escaped, leaving their coworkers behind.
Postmortem Revealed That Buruburu Girls High School Teacher Nelson Otsianda drowned. Wednesday,17th November 2021,Nairobi Kenya. Postmortem has revealed that Buruburu Girls’ High School teacher Nelson Otsianda, who died on Saturday, November 13, in Diani, Kwale County, drowned and that led to his death.
Buruburu Girls High School in Nairobi has been closed indefinitely. The closure follows a school fire that broke out in one of the dorms on Sunday evening. The school’s Board of Management made the decision after a meeting with some parents on Monday. The Board director, Mr Chairman Lazarus Opicho, said the school will permit understudies to return home for a couple of days as examinations concerning the fire begin.