Two High schools have burnt down into ashes while students watch helplessly last night. It has been reported that Ofafa Jericho High School and Sigalame Boys caught fire and the cause of the sudden fire has not been established yet. For Sigalame boys, there was fire in one of the school dormitories and students escaped from the scene.
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There has been a fire at Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi. According to the authorities, the fire started at around 9PM while students were in class. Some students have been hospitalized after they inhaled smoke when they were trying to put tthe fire.The fire fighters from Nairobi County are helping to put the fire out.
Sad news reaching right now is that Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi county is currently on fire. It is alleged that fire incident began some few hours ago. The main cause of the fire however is yet to be determined. Police officers as well as city fire extinguishers have arrived at the scene trying to put out the fire.
(Photo: Courtesy) A student from Ofafa Jericho High School torched down a entire dormitory to rebel evening preps that is mandatory in the school. According to Kamukunji sub-county police report, the school principle Julious Linge mobilized students to attend the evening preps however, some defied the orders.
Sigalam School Closed Indefinitely; Ofafa Jericho Closed For Three Days After Fire Razing Down Dorms
Sigalame High School in Funyula, Busia County, has been closed indefinitely after a fire razed one of the dormitories on Monday night.This was the fourth fire incident in the school since it was reopened this term.Samia sub-county Director of Education Dominic Opee said the students will remain home until investigations into the cause of the fire are concluded.The learners early Tuesday morning caused a fracas when they chased away the school guards, injuring one of them in the process.Police officers have however since restored order in the institution.
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.
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In recent weeks, there has been a worrying trend school fires, with no details of the source of fire. The latest fire incident was recorded at Ofafa Jericho High School which left t0 students hospitalised. A police report indicated that prior to the incident, the teacher on duty mobilised students to attend evening studies but some defied the order and remained in the dormitory.
New details have arisen on the Monday, September 20, school fire that left 50 students of Ofafa Jericho High School hospitalized. A police report seen by Kenyans.co.ke showed that preceding the occurrence, the teacher on duty mobilized students to go to evening preps however some opposed the order and stayed in the hostel.
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.
On Monday evening, Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi had one of its dormitory gazed by fire, an incident that led to hospitalization of at least 50 students who breathed carbon monoxide. Several sources revealed that the fire had burnt down bedding and other personal belongings with the affected students being rushed to Metropolitan Hospital in Buru Buru and others in MP Shah.
Ofafa Jericho High School closed for three days following fire incident Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi has been shut for three days following a fire episode that left various understudies harmed. Ofafa Jericho High School in Nairobi. PHOTO / COURTESY Structure Fours will get back to the school on Friday, while understudies in Form One, Form Two and Form Three will return back on Monday.
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.