Police officers based at Kilgoris police station were forced to intervene following a riot in one of the schools in Transmara, Narok county that left three students injured.
In a report by the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), one of the three students is in stable condition and two others are currently admitted at a Kilgoris hospital with head, neck and chest injuries following a fight at Poroko Secondary where students from various schools had converged for an academic function.
DCI says students from various schools had visited Poroko for a live set books performance when the teacher on duty noticed two boys in a compromised situation with a girl and asked them to disperse.
However, the male students were reportedly upset leading to a fight.
"Trouble began when the teacher on duty Fred Machokaa, spotted some boys from Kilgoris boys school in a compromising situation with one of his female students. Upon urging them to disperse, the seemingly agitated boys descended on him with blows and kicks, prompting students from Poroko to come to the aid of their teacher," part of the statement read.
The fight caused chaos in the school which led to the three being injured.
"As a result, students from the visiting school began throwing plastic chairs, pieces of rocks and a hail of other projectiles at their hosts, provoking chaos that left three students seriously injured and property of unknown value destroyed.
"Two students who suffered head, neck and chest injuries were admitted at a private hospital in Nyangusi, in fair condition while a third was treated at Kilgoris sub-county hospital where he was treated and discharged in fair condition. The three young men were aged between 18 and 21," DCI added.
The visiting students also destroyed the school bus and window panes of one of the dormitories in Poroko.
The matter remains under investigation.