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12 Students arrested for allegedly burning down school Dormitory

The incident happened on Saturday

File Image of a Burnt Dormitory

Police officers in Makueni County, are presently holding 12 students from Mukaa Boys High School in connection with an arson attack that left one of the dormitories in the institution razed down.

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The incident in question happened on Saturday.

Following the unrest, the school has been closed indefinitely.

Another Incident

On May 10, 2021, another 15 students were also arrested at a rental house in Gichugu, Kirinyaga County in a drunken stupor.

Police in the area found the 15 in a room at Mucangara Trading Centre where they also recovered a carton containing six bottles of ice vodka, CDs and gambling cards.

According to the area police boss, Anthony Mbogo, the students were from various secondary schools who were supposed to report back to May 10th.

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