Njoro boys students detained three days in attempted arson probe
SEE ALSO :Jail for suicidal mum who butchered sonShe, however, ordered the investigative officer to file a progress report after three days so that the court can decide whether police will continue holding the students or not. “The students will also be allowed to contact their relatives, parents, attorneys and the investigative officer,” ruled Ms. Munyi. The seven are suspected to have set a dormitory on fire. The incident led to the indefinite closure of the school. The officers who arrested the students on Sunday requested for more time to conclude investigations into the incident.
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