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5 shocking things about girl with devilish tendencies who started deadly Moi girls fire that killed 9 students

September 07, 2017 at 11:14
5 shocking things about girl with devilish tendencies who started deadly Moi girls fire that killed 9 students

On Saturday September 2nd, Kenyans woke up to shocking news of fire tragedy at Moi Girls School Nairobi which gutted school dormitory and took the lives of nine students.

Police identified and arrested a satanic girl who started the deadly inferno. Shockingly everything about the suspect raises eyebrows.

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Below are the shocking things about the mastermind of the arson at Moi girls:

1.She was only a form one student

Most incidences of strike or arson in most high schools in Kenya are usually perpetrated by senior students in form 3 and 4 but the deadly fire at Moi Girl that claimed the lives of 9 students was the work of a mono.

2.School administration feared the suspect and accorded her special treatment

According to the Daily Nation, the girl had a tendency of boasting that she comes from a wealthy family and that she had relatives who are top school administrators.

“She had an Ipod, and when she was reported to the relevant authorities, nothing was done about it even though we are not allowed to have any electronics in the school,” a Moi Girls student confided in Daily Nation.

“The school food was not good for someone of her caliber. She liked doing a lot of illegal things and got off scot free. She was troublesome, vulgar, violent and no one could stand up to her even though she was reported to the administration.” Another student was quoted saying about the suspect.

Main suspect in Moi Girls fire

3. The suspect’s parents were always called to school because of the girl’s troubles

Several students interviewed by the media confirmed that the suspect’s parents were oftened called by school administration to solve challenges that their daughter had.


4. The suspect started the fire to get back at her parents

Students who spoke to Daily Nation said the suspect had once told friends that she would do something drastic in the school to make her parents know that the school was not safe.


5. The suspect attempted committing suicide before

A senior police officer involved in Moi Girls fire investigation told Capital FM News on condition of anonymity that the girl attempted taking her own life by drinking detergent and attempting to suffocate herself with a pillow.






  1. Charlene Muliro : September 7, 2017 at 11:19 am

    this is so sad what go into her

  2. she needs help lets no just judge her

  3. as a parent i feel for her may God be with her during this hard time


  5. this girl need alot of help she could be suffereing something biger

  6. Juliet Mwikali : September 7, 2017 at 2:48 pm

    This is heartbreaking to those who lost their loved ones,poleni sana

  7. Waaaaaa ipod chuo

  8. ken arthur morris : September 8, 2017 at 2:29 pm

    i as a student i would like matiangi to take tough measures on security of schools plx so dat no tragedy to happen again

  9. this is very sad to our fellow parents and students……. I feel sorry for those who lost their lives…..Jah is with them

  10. chris nyangoto : September 8, 2017 at 5:18 pm

    It is my prayer that the girl to be delivered from the hands of Satan. Blood of Jesus be on her life in Jesus Name.Amen

  11. She’s an attention seeking , indisciplined spoiled brat.
    She should not be shown any mercy.

  12. Parents of that mono r to be blamed bkoz hawajamlea poah dats y anafanya kenye anataka

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  14. What she needs is counselling
    …punishing her won’t change anything

  15. i think she should pay for what she did and its the fault of the school for allowing her to behave the way she feels like and not punishing he

  16. I send my heart condolences to the families whose children died in the fire. May your little angels who died in the fire join the Lord in heaven.

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