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Clash in Jamhuri High School over religious affiliations

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By Fay Ngina | Jan 24th 2018 | 1 min read

35 students at the Jamhuri High School were injured after a section of the students protested on alleged discrimination on the basis of religion by the school's administration. 


Seven students were stabbed during the clashes. The school's principal, Fred Awuor, was also injured during the incident.

Investigations are still underway to determine how the students managed to get into the school's premises with the knives. 


The Nairobi county commander Japheth Koome said the police are already investigating the matter as the injured students were rushed to the hospital.

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