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Police probe how boys spent hours in girls’ school in suspected sex orgy

Police have launched investigations into an incident in which a group of secondary school boys spent hours in a girls dormitory at night.

The boys from Manyatta High School are said to have spent time in a dormitory at Dede Girls Secondary School without the knowledge of teachers.

The two school are 20 kilometres apart.

The ten boys are believed to have been invited by the Form Four girls

SUSPENDED

The administrators of the girls school have suspended 11 students said to have hosted the boys during the Monday night incident.

However, no student from the boys school had been suspended over the incident.

Multiple interviews indicated that the boys had sneaked out of their school and used motorbikes which dropped them near the girls school.

The boys left their school after night preps, gained access to the girls’ dormitory which houses 100 students, and stayed there until after midnight.

One of the suspended girls said the “deal seemed to have been properly organised” by her colleagues although she proclaims innocence.

ENTERTAINED

“They were entertained by my colleagues and they instructed everybody in the dormitory not tell teachers the following morning,” she said and asked to remain anonymous for fear of possible victimisation.

The suspended girls were asked to return with their parents at a later date.

Migori county police boss Mr David Kirui said they have launched investigations into the incident.

“Teachers and students will be interrogated to establish what happened on Monday night,” he said.

The police boss claimed the two schools had initially wanted to hide the incident from the public, which is why police got to know of it late.

Journalists were turned away by Dede Girls Secondary School principal Lucy Odera who said the matter will be “handled in-house by the education authorities”.

Manyatta principal Mr Evans Baraza termed the incident shameful and said investigations were ongoing.