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Jamhuri High School closed indefinitely after students unrest – PHOTOS

Jamhuri High School in Nairobi has been closed indefinitely following students unrest that resulted in the injury of seven students.

The incident happened after some of the students fought amongst themselves on Tuesday night.

Top Nairobi county police bosses led by commandant Japhet Koome are at the school to investigate the incident.

Broken furniture and torn books at Jamhuri High School where seven students were injured in a fight. PHOTO | NAIROBI NEWS
Broken furniture and torn books at Jamhuri High School where seven students were injured in a fight. PHOTO | NAIROBI NEWS

A number of students with stab wounds were were admitted and treated in hospital.

Students say the fight broke after some of them protested alleged discrimination on basis of religion.

 One of the injured students at Jamhuri High School receives treatment. PHOTO | NAIROBI NEWS
One of the injured students at Jamhuri High School receives treatment. PHOTO | NAIROBI NEWS

The school principal Fred Awuor was also injured during the commotion.