70 Form Four boys kicked out of school after breaking into girls school in Nakuru


70 Form Four boys kicked out of school after breaking into girls school in Nakuru
A police van drives into the Anestar Girls Secondary School on Friday, hours after scores of school boys broke into the School. Photo: Citizen Digital.

70 Form Four students from the Anestar Boys High School in Nakuru who broke into the Anestar Precious Girls Secondary School have been kicked out of their school.

The 2021 KCSE candidates will now be required to make arrangements of how they will sit for the remaining papers including where they will be staying for the duration.

The latest comes just hours after 10 school boys were arrested from a gang that had broken into the school under the cover of darkness on Thursday.

Nakuru County Commissioner Erastus Mbui confirmed the incident saying that 60 others were arrested on Friday morning as they attempted to sneak back into their school.

According to Mr. Mbui, parents of the students will be required to make arrangements of how the students sit for the remaining papers as they will not be allowed into the boarding area.

According to a police report seen by Citizen Digital, the boys breached the perimeter wall of the girls’ school at night and made their way to the dormitories.

Officers from Githioro Police station who were alerted by screams coming from the compound rushed to the scene.

They reportedly had a hard time dispersing the boys who were hovering around the dormitories.

One of the officers was forced to fire into the air, dispersing some boys whose “mission at the school remains unclear,” the police report reads.

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