BUSTED! Female Students Invite School Boys Over For Sex Orgy


Dede Girls High School Sex Orgy — New reports have it that about 5 to 10 Boys from Manyatta Secondary School frequently trek to St Mary Gorrety’s Dede Girls High School to have a sex orgy.

Although the students were not caught in the act, the truth came to light following the girls’ school teacher’s curiosity as to why their students’ were overly excited on Monday morning.

Following an investigation, it was revealed that their excitement was as a result of a sexual escapade they had the night before.

The teachers discovered that the sex orgy is usually planned by the girls using their mobile phones which of course is a banned item in the school.

They were also able to gather that the Manyatta Secondary school boys would leave their school after night prep at 9 pm to journey to the girls’ dormitory.

“The orgy was planned by Form Four students who allowed the boys in the hostel, and only left after midnight,” a Dede High School girl told reporters.

According to an administration official at the school, about 11 girls have been suspended and are to appear before the school’s board of governors on Monday, July 17th for disciplinary action.

The administrator told reporters;



“Unfortunately, we did not hear a commotion from the hostel throughout the period the orgy was going on. Teachers only got wind of it during the school assembly when some girls acted funny and appeared to be overexcited. Upon investigation, the sad truth started to unravel.”

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Though the orgy is usually planned by Form 4 students, students from Form 1 to 3 are also said to be frequent participants of the sex orgy.

On the boy’s school end, their principal Evans Baraza said that they are also investigating the matter which he called a “shameful” one.

Since the story hit the news, many Kenyans have criticized both schools’ authority for allowing such activity to go on unnoticed for so long.

Some have even called for the sacking of the school administrators citing that they are not competent enough to handle their job.

Unsurprisingly, both schools are located in the Homa Bay County which, according to a 2016 survey, leads the country in HIV/AIDS prevalence –  about 25% with 1 in 4 children infected.