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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.

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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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