Property of unknown worth was pulverized after a Wednesday morning fire gutted down one dorm at the Chewoyet Boys School, in Kapenguria, West Pokot County.
The quarters, one of the most current in the school was diminished into fiery remains and nothing was rescued in the 5.00 am fire.
Addressing the guardians, the School Principal Joseph Korir said the reason for flame has not yet been set up and cops are exploring the episode.
He included that the flame unit reacted and figured out how to contain the flame however it was past the point where it is possible to rescue the understudies’ property.
He guaranteed guardians that all understudies were protected in light of the fact that the flame began when they were in classes for morning thinks about.
The Parents Teacher’s Association (PTA) director Mr Tingaa Phillip additionally told guardians that the security group and the school official will meet and think in transit forward.
“We have not had the capacity to set up the reason for flame however the security group is directing examinations to build up the genuine reason for pyromania,” said Mr.Tingaa
He affirmed that nobody was harmed yet the influenced understudies and the leading body of the board are relied upon to have a gathering concerning the flame break out and choose whether the understudies will be sent home or not.
“The quarters and property worth a huge number of shillings were pulverized. Boxes, regalia, bedding, beds and books were decreased to slag” he said
Be that as it may, the furious guardians who were at the school requested a clarification from the school foremost on why the school has been encountering regular flames.
One of the guardians Mansour Mohammed said that they are sick of their understudies being sent home to purchase bedding each year after flame gutting the quarters.
“This is the fourth time inside three years the quarters is being destroyed, we won’t leave this school until we get an answer. We are worn out on paying additional cash to cook for the harms brought about by flames,” he said.