- Old student of Kumasi Academy claims recent deaths at the school are spiritual
- He claims all students who lost their lives were rather used for blood sacrifice
A former teacher at Kumasi Academy is claiming that school authorities of Kumasi Academy are using students for dark magic and sacrifices.
According to claims by Ultimate FM, a former teacher of the school (name withheld) is alleging that heads and teachers of the school, who are due for transfer to other schools, are resorting to dark magic as the main way of preparing themselves for the task ahead.
What this allegation means is that teachers and heads of KUMACA are reportedly behind the deaths of some students at KUMACA.
‘Some of the heads and teachers have spiritually fortified themselves, they practice occultism where virgins’ blood is required, you know a majority of these first-year students are virgins. I am telling you these heads and teachers are evil, they have been killing the students just to forever remain at their various posts without been transferred,’ he stated.
He disclosed that there is a power struggle between some of the teachers, assistant headteachers and heads of the school.
He added that some non-teaching staff of the school have equally died through occultism practised by some of the teachers and heads but are swept under the carpet.
About four students of the school died last week and 13 admitted to various hospitals in Kumasi of a mysterious disease found to be H1N1 Influenza virus also known as swine flu.
But some bereaved parents say reports that were given to them by hospital officials suggest their children never died of Swine Flu virus.
According to a mother of one of the deceased students, Olivia Agyemang, postmortem results indicated that her son died of "severe pneumonia" as another concerned mother revealed her 15-year-old son, Carlos Ofori, died of “multiple extensive peculiar bleeding”.
Another bereaved mother, Aunty Yaa also revealed to the media that her son, Fordjour Ferguson, died of feverishness and thus died later on Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital where he died.
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