Mama Ngina Girls' High School On Tuesday night, students attempted to set fire to one of the school buildings at Mama Ngina Girls' High School in Mvita, Mombasa County. According to Mombasa County Director of Education Peter Magiri, school management made the decision to keep student unrest at the school under control on Wednesday.
Mama Ngina girls secondary school,the only famous National school in Mombasa county has been closed indefinitely following students arson attempt. According to reports, the students attempted to burn the store early morning at 5.00am today but the fire was brought down before any damage could be incurred.
The cases of burning down the schools across this country have continued to increase in spite of the midterm break which was issued by the ministry of education, Parents have been going through difficult times after the burnt schools direct them to repay the destroyed school properties. This pushed the ministry of education to forcing a mid break a week ago to prevent more of these incidents.
The only girls' national school in Mombasa, Mama Ngina Girls' Secondary School has been closed down indefinitely. According to the Mombasa County Director of Education Peter Magiri, a fire broke out in one of the school's ablution blocks. The incident which took place around 5am on Wednesday as students were preparing to go for their morning preps, has forced the school management to send the students home.
The Turkana County Director for Education Peter Magiri confirmed that Covid-19 virus was detected in St. Claire Girls and Lomil Girls. The Director for Education Peter Magiri, has said that the cases are distributed in the two schools as follows; In St. Claire Lokitaung Girls. According to Peter Magiri, St. Claire Lokitaung has reported seven cases, whereby five (5) are students and two (2) are teachers.