Four high school students charged with attempted arson in Narok
SEE ALSO :University students linked to exam leakFour who pleaded not guilty to the charges will however remain in police custody until they present their parents or guardians. When setting out the terms, Narok Chief magistrate Wilbroda Juma stated the court is cognizant of the fact that the suspects are innocent until proven guilty. She nonetheless went on to state that the same court is very much aware of the ongoing torching of school dormitories countrywide, hence needed to set conditions to ensure the suspects do not go unpunished if found guilty. The case had earlier on failed to take off after the prosecution noted that the students needed a lawyer, which the state provided later on in the day. This comes a few weeks after a dormitory belonging to Eor Ekule Secondary School in Narok West went up in flames. The case will be mentioned on August 8.