7 Kisumu Girls students charged with damaging property

Seven students from Kisumu Girls High School were on Monday charged with destruction of property and causing disturbance.

The students were charged with damaging school property worth Sh2,904,232 and the destruction of a rear window of their school principal’s car.

The schoolgirls were also charged with creating disturbance in a manner likely to cause breach of the peace in the school

The students denied all the charges before Kisumu Chief Magistrate Julius Ngarngar who released them on a cash bail of Sh30,000 or Sh50,000 bond each with the hearing set for August 7, this year.

The school was closed indefinitely on July 2, after the students went on rampage accusing their principal Ns Margaret Namai of high-handedness.

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