A dormitory fire has been reported at Maranda High School just four days after Form Four students were sent home for allegedly threatening to burn the school. The 630-capacity Boaz Owino Complex, which houses Form One students, was seen burning in late morning hours on Sunday; confirming that firefighters from Siaya County Government are already at the institution trying put out this inferno of a blaze before more damage can be done. Over 400 formFour adolescents looking forward going back into classrooms next week following being temporarily exiled during Easter holidays over some “threatening” talk about setting something ablaze – but luckily it seems like most will have another chance tomorrow as counselors have deemed them safe enough rejoin.
The students of a school were sent home following an outbreak of disobedience that became too much for the administration. The classroom teacher told Radio Ramogi on condition of anonymity about how ten out fifteen high-schoolers refused to sit for mock exams inside, leading them instead outside where it was then written across toilet walls just visible through windows in hallways or other places around campus before anyone could do anything about them. When this came up with their principal as well at Wednesday board meeting he decided those kids needed some discipline – so rather than suspension which might only serve short term ends by creating more problems later down road because “you have no idea when they’ll show back up”, these delinquents would be given detention hours meaning if one student had