Some feminine college students in a highschool had been reportedly attacked by an “evil spirit”.
The incident occurred at DR EP Lekhela Excessive College, Galeshwe in Kimberly, Northern Cape, on Wednesday morning, February 23, when women apparently began appearing hysterical after the primary interval.
About 18 women, principally in Grades 8 to 10, began crying, screaming, and rolling on the ground after apparently seeing a “scary creature that was making them weak”.
The ladies, from completely different courses, reportedly began appearing up after the primary interval. None of them may establish one thing that they may have eaten or drank after reviews that the learners might need eaten “area cookies”.
The incident was much like one at St Boniface Excessive College two weeks in the past the place the college needed to be dismissed as a result of disruptions.
It’s believed that the identical state of affairs occurred at one other highschool in Galeshewe on Tuesday February 22.
At EP Lekhela, pastors had been referred to as to the college whereas a number of dad and mom additionally arrived on the faculty upon studying concerning the incident. Apparently, it took one of many learners about 4 hours to return to her regular self.
The affected learners had been despatched house within the care of their dad and mom whereas the college was dismissed at 11am earlier than a consultant from the Northern Cape Division of Training arrived.
One of many learners affected is in Grade 8 and expressed how shocked and drained she was after her expertise. Her aunt is a standard healer and her grandmother a prophet. She mentioned she collapsed within the girls’s bathroom.
“I went to the bathroom with two of my pals. I heard a robust drive shutting the door and obtained a shock and powerful shivers. I began praying earlier than getting out of the bathroom.
Once I opened the door I noticed a creature passing the bathroom door the place I used to be alleged to exit. I felt weak and every little thing went clean,” she mentioned.
“Apparently my pals introduced me to the workers room, the place they discovered different kids in the identical situation. My dad and mom had been referred to as in and already knew what to convey to consolation me, ” she mentioned.
Her grandmother mentioned that there was an evil spirit on the faculty.
The chairperson of the college governing physique, Jerry Thekiso, mentioned the college referred to as the pastors as a result of not one of the workers had been skilled to cope with such conditions. He mentioned the affected learners had been remoted.
“We referred to as the dad and mom of the affected learners immediately to ensure that them to return to the college ready and despatched out notices to the remainder of the dad and mom.
“That means it was simpler to find out which of the dad and mom needs to be allowed within the isolation part.
Virtually all of the dad and mom of the affected learners knew precisely easy methods to help their kids earlier than going house as a result of they used their very own cultures and conventional strategies, ” Thekiso defined.
Non secular leaders in Kimberley, together with conventional practitioners, availed themselves for intervention measures and raised considerations that this pattern of “evil spirits” is rising at faculties.
All of them shared the view that “opportunistic satanic strategies” are getting used on younger folks and youngsters.
The Dean of the Kimberley Diocese, Father Victor Tlhole, emphasised that the division should convey prayer classes again to varsities. He mentioned returning the college meeting again to regular was means overdue after lockdown.
He mentioned he realised throughout the St Boniface incident how the kids are at the moment misplaced, making means for the “satan’s actions to overpower them”
“Allow us to enable God again on the faculties. Carry prayer again to varsities. College meeting prayer is concerning the relationship with God, understanding your self and who God is. The kids should be inspired from a younger age that prayer mustn’t solely be practised at church however at house.”
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