Worried students of the Guyana School of Agriculture on the East Coast of Demerara are pleading for Religious leaders to visit the school to fight off an attack of what they consider to be “demonic forces” at the school.
On Tuesday evening, some students began complaining of seeing other students acting strangely and talking in a language they could not understand. Some students were screaming uncontrollably and they were all convinced that they were under attack by supernatural powers.
An official of the school on Wednesday said the school is taking the concerns seriously and would like religious leaders to step forward and offer guidance to the students. Final examinations are expected to begin at the school on Thursday. Some students have asked for the exams date to be rescheduled because of the supernatural attacks. School officials do not appear moved by that request.