Fire breaks out in another school

The fire comes barely days after three separate fires across the country.

Barely a few days after fire gutted three secondary schools across the country, yet another inferno has broken out in another school in the Western region.

Fire has reportedly broken out in Makunda High School in Budalangi Constituency.

On Saturday, eight students died when fire gutted down a Form 1 dormitory at Moi Girls High School in Nairobi.

Barely a few hours after the students were confirmed dead another fire was reported at Sigoti Girls School in Kisumu.

Later that same evening, fire burned down a dormitory at Chuka Boys High School in Tharaka-Nithi County.

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