No more devil worship At Maun school

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MAUN: Strange happenings associated with Satanism no longer haunt Maun Senior Secondary School, the North West Regional Education Director, Acronews Maseko, has said.

In his address to stakeholders during the review of the 2014 Ngamiland Primary Schools Leaving Examinations recently, Maseko said the horror has ended thanks to prayer. Previously, there were reports of blood smeared on classrooms, body parts of dead dogs or snake heads found in the classrooms. It is alleged that some students from the school also attended  devil worship sessions in caves. However, Maseko has said that no such incidents were reported last year.

“Acts of Satanism in schools have ended due to prayers by different churches in the village,” he said. He claimed that all the devil worshiping students and satanic cult leaders have reformed, found Jesus and have now returned to school.

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