Dede Girls’ High School. / COURTESY

Five to 10 boys from Manyatta Secondary School are believed to have walked 34 kilometres on Sunday night to Dede Secondary School for what is believed to have been a sex orgy.

The teachers and guardians had been clueless about the goings on until the girls started giggling and “acting funny.”

It was then that teachers realized they were excited over a sex orgy they had enjoyed the night before.

According to the Star, eleven girls have since been suspended.

The boys left around 9pm after preps and upon arrival sneaked into the girls’ dormitory.

It is believed the students organized the party through mobile phones, which are banned.

“The orgy was planned by Form Four students who allowed the boys in the hostel, and only left after midnight,” a girl from St Mary Goretty’s who has also been suspended told reporters.

They are expected to report back on July 17 to face the school’s board of governors for disciplinary action.

“Unfortunately, we did not hear 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,” the administrator said.

At Manyatta High School, principal Evans Baraza termed the incident “shameful”, and said they too are investigating the matter.