Thursday, 18 May 2017

Buea: Principal Rubbishes "Witchcraft" Claims Over Dramatic Bee Rampage As Victims Regain Their Homes

About 8 of the 10 students who were stung by a mad swamp of bees at GHS Buea town, Monday have regained their homes after treatment at the Buea Regional Hospital and Integrated centre. 

Some parents of the GCE candidates were at these hospitals to ensure that medics provided the necessary treatment to their kids who suffered from the violent bee rampage. Cameroon Concord confirmed from a nurse at the Integrated centre that the other two cases were serious and victims could not return home . They are being monitored closely by medics.

The dramatic incident is still making news in the South West region with many insinuating that the bees were diabolically sent to disrupt the controversial GCE Exams. But the principal of the school has debunked claims that the "Ambazonian bees" as they are popularly refereed to were sent through black magic. 
Buea: Principal Rubbishes "Witchcraft" Claims Over Dramatic Bee Rampage As Victims Regain Their Homes
“You know in any school environment we try to make sure that the place is clean and we don’t have any other people to do the cleaning, so students were assigned to clean the areas behind the school. A valley, to make it clean and then the students being who they are, thought that, they saw the bee hive and they thought that if they can do something and then come and tell us that bees have attacked us they wouldn’t continue working. So they have to throw stones at the bee hives and then the bees came out and as the bees were attacking them, they too were running back and coming,” the Principal explained.

The Principal further went on to assure parents and students that they will resume school tomorrow at 7:30 AM; At the moment exams have resumed hitch free, with tight security though we cannot confirm whether the medically released students have continued with the exams. Parents and guardians fear, the incident could traumatize their children and jeopardize their success chances in the exams. But school authorities claim there is no cause for alarm.

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