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Buruburu girls high school closes after Sunday’s fire

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Buruburu girls high school closes after Sunday’s fire

Any girl found to be involved in the fire incident will face the law.

However, the school’s administration warned any girl found to be involved in the fire incident will face the law.

So far 19 girls are still admitted at the Metropolitan Hospital while 16 others are at the Jamaa hospital.

Buruburu Girls High School students leave the institution on Monday after closure, following a fire incident.

Buruburu High School students waiting to be picked by their parents and guardians on November 1, 2021.

Buruburu High School students waiting to be picked by their parents and guardians on November 1st

The administration of Buruburu Girls High School has allowed the students to go home for a few days as investigations commence to know the cause of Sunday’s fire.

However, the school’s administration warned any girl found to be involved in the fire incident will face the law.

So far 19 girls are still admitted at the Metropolitan Hospital while 16 others are at the Jamaa Hospital.

Buruburu High School students waiting to be picked by their parents and guardians on November 1, 2021.
Buruburu High School students waiting to be picked by their parents and guardians on November 1, 2021

All are in stable condition but one of the girls has fractured her leg.

The cause of the fire is yet to be known.

The Students will only be permitted to leave the school compound in the company of their parents or guardians.

Those whose parents will not make it, their children will remain in school under tight security.

The school’s Principal Caroline Maina did not address the parents in the meeting due to pressure.

Buruburu High School students when they were picked by their parents and guardians on November 1, 2021.

The police on Sunday blocked worried parents from accessing the compound due to security reasons.

According to the Principal, Maina, the fire was in one cube out of the 45 cubes and the fire was contained.

She further stated that she had a meeting with form one and two and later on had late lunch before she was alerted about the incident.

Makadara MP, George Aladwa, has called upon the DCI and police to investigate the rampant cases of fire in the area.

He said this is the third school in the sub county to have a fire outbreak this year.

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