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Satanism Haunts School

by Staff Reporter
02 Jun 2016 at 05:52hrs | Views
Parents have demanded that a school head should resign over allegations of satanism.

The Voice reported that this past Wednesday, angry parents filed into Kagiso Senior Secondary School in Ramotswa, to pick up their children from the school's hostels.

This was following allegations that the headmaster, Chandapiwa Dladla entered their hostels and then transformed into a dark shaded dog.

The distraught students apparently escaped in panic from the school hostels and fled to their homes, after allegedly witnessing this transformation.

According to some teachers within the school, it is not the first time that boarding students have accused the school-head of being one of the leaders of satanic evils taking place inside the school hostels.

Students also discovered used sanitary pads in between their blankets with fresh blood the same evening after witnessing the bizarre act.

The frightened students also confessed to The Voice that sometimes they discover bloody bottles in front of the school staffroom.

Speaking to The Voice parents said they were taking scholars out of the boarding school following the evil scene.

A frustrated parent Sarah Mmolawa, 45, suggested that the hostels be closed temporarily and school find a solution to tackle the horrors taking place inside the hostels.

"At first I thought my child was making an excuse to move from the hostels, but after other students confessed the horrors I decided to move her from the hostels," said Mmolawa.

Other devastated parents said the headmistress should be forced to resign as she instills fear on students and her colleagues.

 Patricia Tladi ,28, said the school head should be transferred.

"When we addressed the issue before her, she said students were wrong to have rushed home before consulting us," said Tladi.

She further said she was happy to be officially granted to move her daughter form the hostels.

Another parent, 50 year-old Mahupelo Gabatlale said she cannot take her child for granted especially after she told her about what she saw inside the hostels.

"Children are not allowed to pray within the school," she said.

A security officer controlling the gate, even revealed to the publication that the school was mentioned in a prophesy at her church.

"The pastor just announced at church that we should pray for this school as it has been attacked by evil spirits, yet he had no idea I worked inside the school," she said.

When reached for a comment the school head, Dladla refused to comment and dismissed all this as allegations while chief public relations officer in the ministry of Education, Oteng Mokowe said they will launch investigations on the issue.

"I cannot comment further as investigations on the issue will be carried," said Mokowe.

Source - The Voice
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