Buruburu Girls High School in Nairobi became the focus of all Kenyans an hour or two ago after disturbing videos viewed online by this writer showed distressed schoolgirls jumping from their dormitories on the top floors of the building. However, as of the time of publication of this article, Metropolitan Hospital in Nairobi had issued an update, stating that 59 students had been admitted from the institution following a distress call.
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An hour or two ago, Buruburu Girls High School in Nairobi became the subject of attention by all kenyans after disturbing videos viewed by this writer online showed distressed school going girls jumping from their dormitories on top floors of the building. However, as at the time of publication of this article, there was an update issued by Metropolitan Hospital in Nairobi which had admitted 59 students from the institution after a distress call was raised.
Buruburu Girls High School has been closed indefinitely following Sunday's fire incident that left 59 students injured. The fire which broke out at around 4pm left parents and stakeholders worried. Parents were alerted to pick their children on Monday. Screaming students were seen escaping through the window as smoke engulfed the whole building building.
Failure to slot in the half-term break during this school term has been cited as the main reason cases of unrest are being reported across the country. Secondary school heads say that the 11 weeks learning period under the revised term dates has put pressure on children leading to wayward behavior.
All is not well in learning especially in secondary schools. Two days Ofafa Jerico High School and Sigalame Girls were on fire. At Ofafa Jerico the fire razed down a dormitory with several students sustaining burns and lung complications after inhaling smoke. It was reported more than 35 students were taken to Metropolitan Hospital in Nairobi's Buruburu area.
At least 59 students were rushed to Metropolitan Hospital on Sunday evening following a fire incident at Buruburu Girls in Nairobi. Some of the students were treated and discharged. The rest, this writer understands, are in a stable condition. “Our team of trauma and emergency medicine have stabilized and discharged a total of 30 students already.
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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.
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A fire incident broke out at Ofafa Jericho School on Monday night, 20th September 2021, at around 9:30 PM. (Photo, Courtesy) The fire incident saw property worth millions of money lost and left many students with injuries but none lost his/her life. Dr Gakombe has now confirmed the number of students who have been rushed to.hospital fir urgent medical attention following the fire incident.
Atleast 50 students as from the time of writing are hospitalised for inhaling smoke while putting off fire from their domitory. The Ofafa Jericho High School Students were admitted to the Metropolitan Hospital in Buruburu, Nairobi. According to the Metropolitan Hospital chief executive officer, Dr. Kanyembe Gakombe, no student had received any burn wounds and that they are only uncomfortable after inhaling the smoke for over an hour while putting off the fire.
Fresh details have emerged on the Monday, September 20, school fire incident that left 50 students of Ofafa Jericho High School hospitalized. According to a police report, the incident started when the teacher on duty Mobilized all students to attend the evening classes with some defying the order.
A fire incident has been reported at Ofafa Jericho High School in Makadara Constituency. At least 50 students have been rushed to Metropolitan Hospital in Buruburu after inhaling smoke while trying to put out a school fire. Nairobi County fire engines and police officers are currently at the scene.
Over 35 students were on Monday night hospitalised after inhaling fumes of smoke following a dormitory fire at Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi County. According to the school principal Mathews Limge, the fire that started around 8:30 pm also destroyed students’ personal effects. Linge said students were rushed to the nearby Metropolitan Hospital in Buruburu where they are receiving treatment.
An incident of school fire that occurred on Monday 20th of September leaving 50 students of Ofafa Jericho High School hospitalised has emerged new details. A police report showed that prior to the incident, the teacher on duty mobilised students to attend evening studies but some rejected the order and remained in the dormitory.
There has been a fire at Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi County. The fire started at around 9PM while students were in class. The students came out of their classes and tried to salvage whatever remain of their belongings in their respective dormeteries. In the process, Some students were burnt and they were taken to Metropolitan Hospital in Burubure where they received first aid and some hospitalized after they inhaled smoke when they were trying to put the fire out.The Nairobi fire fighters arrived at the scene late and were not able to do much.
Latest News: Ofafa Jericho High school Principal revealed information about the Monday night inferno
More than 35 understudies were on Monday night hospitalized in the wake of breathing in vapor of smoke following a dormitory fire at Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi County. As per the school head Mathews Limge, the fire that began around 8:30 pm additionally obliterated students belongings.