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The Ministry of Education has now received sad news after another popular high school caught fire. This happened shortly after the hostels of Kerugoya Girls High School were burnt to ashes and several students were injured on the same, although the police arrested the students who were suspected of burning down the schools.

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Unfortunately the Ministry of Education has received sad news after another popular high school caught fire. The dormitories of Mbaikini Boys High School in the Mwala constituency of Machakos County were burnt to ashes, destroying the property of many students.



According to reliable sources, no student was injured, though the police have started investigation to ascertain the cause of the fire. The reasons behind the burning of schools by students are not known, although the Ministry of Education has taken possible measures to prevent unnecessary burning of schools.

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