P 7 candidates at a school in Kamuli District in Uganda have been sent home following fire Outbreak that raized down a domitory, reducing learner’s belongings into ashes.
Police in Uganda in conjunction with fire rescue team are investigating the fire Outbreak at Kamuli girls primary school in Uganda.
Details indicates that the outbreak of fire razed down domitory housing 101 students as their belongings were reduced into fire.
According to preliminary investigation, the fire originated form an unoccupied lower bed in Bungu house domitory that is housing 7 candidates who are set to sit for the national examination.
“Our Fire and Rescue Services team successfully extinguished the flames. Regrettably, the pupils’ belongings, including bedding, metallic cases containing books, and personal effects, were all consumed by the fire,” adds the police.
The candidates were sent home as indicated by Kamuli municipal education officer Joseph Musoke who said that the candidates will go home for a psychological counseling with their parents until Tuesday 17 October.