- A young man has narrated how he and his occult group members sacrificed fellow students for rituals
- He revealed that during their annual ritual in October, they either sacrifice a lamb or a student by killing him or her spiritually
- The young man disclosed that they tormented any student who refused to join the occult group
A young man who completed senior high school not long ago, has revealed how he and his colleagues sacrificed other students of their school.
According to him, they performed sacrifices by slaughtering a lamb or causing the death of a student spiritually.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man narrated the wicked things he has done as an occult member.
"Every October is ritual month. After evening prep, we dress half-naked and walk around the school three times," he disclosed.
"From there, we go to the temple and do sacrifice where the sacrifice is either a lamb or human," he added.
When asked how they go about the human sacrifice, the young man explained that they kill the student spiritually.
He noted that the students die by complaining of headache or stomach ache which is actually their doing and not the illness.
The young man further narrated how they pestered other students to join their occult group even when they did not want to.
He claimed that they go to the extent of beating or setting up the student so he or she will leave the school.
The young man however did not mention the name of the senior high school where all these took place.
It is however surprising that some deaths of student on SHS campuses are the making of their own colleagues.
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