Elgeyo Marakwet County is on the spot this week for all the wrong reasons.
Anin Girls Secondary school, in Elgeyo Marakwet County, is a troubled institution.
The school is longer a haven for our daughters following claims of Illuminati links.
The school administration has been accused of suspending five girls indefinitely on 25th June this year for being involved in Illuminati escapades.
The five students are yet to resume studies barely a month to the life-defining Kenya Certificate of Secondary School examinations (KCSE).
Given the mysterious nature of Illuminati, the school has since failed to gather enough evidence to justify these claims. but how can you prove that a student is involved in nocturnal activities unless you are a teacher come bat?
You just need a little faith in the existence of supernatural black magic powers.After all, we need not evidence to prove that Beyonce or Michael Jackson had a dance with the devil.
THE SPIRIT OF THE LORD IS UPON ME
One of the affected candidates claims that the school chaplain made startling allegations on 24th June 2019 when he was attending a Christian Religious Education lesson.
He must have been revising St. Luke’s Gospel- Old Testament prophecies about the Messiah
“The spirit of the Lord is upon me for he has sent me to set the captives free and declare the year of favour upon them.” So how could the chaplain not set free these Illuminati-bound captives masquerading as KCSE candidates?
The affected candidate says that the chaplain, led by the power of the holy ghost’ came to their class and declared that two or three students were devil worshippers.
The candidate simply ignored the remarks knowing that she can never be part of the black sheep kingdom.
Unfortunately, the chaplain’s “wild accusations” attracted a rather unpleasant result.
When the school principal Esther Kibor got wind of the matter, the five Illuminati culprits were obliged to discontinue their studies till now.
A disciplinary committee meeting was summoned the following day and the candidates were directed to go home, accompanied by their parents, and wait for official communication from the school administration.
They are yet to be recalled to resume studies by the school principal.
Following these Illuminati claims, another candidate claims that all their textbooks were confiscated.
This has made it extremely difficult for them to prepare adequately for their examinations since they were only allowed to take their exercise books only.
NOT MY CANDIDATES
Attempts to delve deeper into these claims proved futile. When contacted, the school principal MS Kibor kept mum assuming the “No comment” kind of attitude.
She further disowned the students saying that there are no such candidates in her school.
The school management board chair Mr Andrew Kipchoge, however, acknowledged saying he is fully aware of this matter.
He further added that the accused owned Illuminati-rel
ated paraphernalia. He could not, however, give a detailed explanation of these “tools of work.”
The students have since threatened to cause havoc and summon hell upon teachers for suspending them. Some of the candidates sent menacing text messages to some teachers, the school chaplain included.
The matter has been referred to the DCI. Though they feel like vitreous, I hope that their “dance with the devil” will not land them into trouble.