The news of his death prompted students to torch down a section of one of the dormitories in protest which in turn led to the indefinite closure of the institution.
Principal Albert Mutambo, however, dismissed the claims that the punishment was the cause of death noting that the boy had health complications.
Three students have been arrested in connection to the fire. The principal firmly stated that more will be arrested once investigations are completed.
All students have been sent home except Form Four candidates who remained behind to sit for exams.
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