Dormitories have gone up in flames at two schools in Murang’a County while learners at another have been sent home for being unruly.
Two dormitories were burnt at Kirogo Boys’ High School in Kiharu Constituency on Saturday night while one was reduced to ashes at Mung’aria Secondary School in Kandara on Thursday.
It is at St Paul Kiambugi Boys’ that learners were sent away on Sunday after turning unruly and hurling stones, actions that forced the management to call police.
Murang’a East Education Officer Mr Richard Ng’ang’a said learning was paralysed at St Paul amid investigations into the cause of the chaos.
“All the boys have been sent home with their belonging. Form One and Form Two students will be called back after one week to help us unearth what their mates in Form Three and Form Four were up to
He said, however, that Form Four students accused their junior counterparts of hiding the television set’s remote control.