Suspected student who is alleged to have started fire at Moi girls High School, Nairobi may be charged with nine counts of murder today.
The officers investigating the incident said they are now ready to prosecute her despite protests by her parents. The girl’s parents complained that their daughter was being framed.
Experts’ report showed that the fire was started deliberately. The girl was detained for seven days to allow police conclude investigations. On Tuesday, the nine bodies were positively identified following the completion of DNA examinations. Government pathologist Johansen Oduor described the process as successful. Oduor headed a team of experts in identifying the bodies using DNA provided by parents and relatives.
Following the fire tragedy at Moi girls School Nairobi on Saturday 2 September which robbed the lives of 9 students, the Moi girl’s community has organised a requiem mass tomorrow on Thursday 14th at the school.
Already, form fours are in school preparing for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) and the rest of the school will be reporting this Friday, where they will be expected to undergo individual counseling.