Lempu JSS Reopens, Village Looks To God


Lempu Junior Secondary School, which was temporarily closed recently after students were attacked by what health officials termed mass hysteria, is re-opening today although some students have reportedly not fully recovered.

The Monitor has learnt that last week some of the learners who were cleared and ready to be discharged by doctors at Scottish Livingstone Hospital, on arrival at their respective homes started wobbling again.  Classes were expected to resume today, but it is alleged that about three students from Khudumelapye still exhibit symptoms of the mystery disease. Salajwe councillor, Lopang Sebutlenyane said prayers by different churches were ongoing at the school to welcome boarding students. Sebutlenyane revealed that the villagers had by Sunday, resolved with the leadership to invite all interested churches from and surrounding villages to come to the school for prayers.

“It looks like medical doctors were struggling to establish the cause as well as to cure this disease because I heard reports that after being certified healed and discharged from the hospital some students started wobbling when they arrived at their respective homes,” he said.

Editor's Comment
‘Boraboko’ should face the wrath of the law

Still in Molepolole, a young woman was also reported missing, only for her decapitated body to be found inside in a shallow grave! The issue of missing persons has always been a challenge in our country, and a considerable number of missing persons are unfortunately found dead! Something troubling is the murders related to missing persons, which touch on an array of issues, including the killing of intimate partners, often referred to as passion...

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