Murehwa High School Deputy Headmaster’s Office Burnt Over Poor Diet
Murewa High School Deputy Headmaster’s office was last week gutted by fire in a suspected arson case.
The fire, allegedly started by disgruntled students who were silently protesting over a poor diet destroyed the deputy headmaster Sydney Mapisaunga’s office a few days after the senior master’s office was almost burnt under the same unclear circumstances.
Said sources privy to developments at the school:
“Mapisaunga is unpopular among students where he has earned himself the nickname Napoleon.
Some students describe him as a stonehearted, cruel, strict and ruthless man.”
It is alleged that ever since Mapisaunga assumed duties at the school 11 months ago, the school diet deteriorated and efforts to engage him over the matter have fallen on deaf ears.
He was allegedly quoted saying that better food can only be available at the school if parents increase the amount they pay in school fees.
“Better food is there for the rich ,let the fees increase if you want things to change,” Mapisaunga allegedly told students.
His statements infuriated students who plotted to protest their disgruntlement and they allegedly set fire the senior master’s office identified as George Maravanyika.
“The mission failed as the fire was put out before it had done a lot of damage. However, the door to his office was burnt.
Students then burnt Mapisaunga’s car but he managed to put out the fire before it had done a lot of damage,” said the source.
The matter has since been reported to the police.
Efforts to get a comment from Mapisaunga or the Zimbabwe Republic Police were futile.
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