November 27, 2022
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FireNews : The terrors of Kenya’s school arson epidemic #FireNews365


The Ministry of Education statement issued in November listed what it believed to be the reasons behind the arson epidemic, which included: overcrowding, poor teacher-student relations, drug abuse, and inadequate counselling services within schools. It suggested however that the fault did not just lie with academic institutions, remarking that parents were “overprotective” of their children when accused of misbehaviour, and that the law hindered teachers’ ability to discipline pupils.



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