School authorities of Wesley girls catch 22 students in occult practice
Authorities of Wesley Girls Senior High School in the Central Region have caught about 22 students in an occult act.
The students who were found in the act were caught during one of their initiation ceremonies to induct a new leader for the sect. This is in view of the fact that the current leader is to graduate in June this year. The culprits found in the act are first and second year students with the current leader of the group reported to be in Abban House, a very popular House of the Methodist school.
Starrfmonline reports that students who they interviewed hinted that the act is prevalent and has been around for the last 23 years. The source also confirmed to Starrfmonline.com that the occultists have a special book with various teachings which they use to brainwash and recruit fresh students into their group so the tradition does not fade away after their departure.
The source also added that the students try to indoctrinate their colleagues by glorifying masturbation and lesbianism. The situation has, however, created fear and panic amongst students and parents who are alarmed their children could be brainwashed.
School authorities are reported to have handed over the culprits to the Methodist Church in Cape Coast to help resolve the matter. The school authorities have however not reacted to the story about the students in occultist practice.
Starr Fm reports that Rev. Abekah Wilson, the presiding Bishop of the Methodist Church in Cape Coast, has noted that he is yet to be informed about the issue in the school.