KCPE Candidate in Bungoma Wants to Take Exams at Home Because Ghosts Attack Him in School


A KCPE candidate in Bungoma County has asked to take his remaining exams at home because he was allegedly attacked by demons while in class.

Samuel Kamau, 13, told journalists on Tuesday that when he revises for exams, he is attacked by strange people only he can see.

“I have been severally attacked by strange people who are not seen by others but me. It has affected my learning,” Kamau narrated.

The candidate is now appealing to the area Education director Charles Anyika to find a way to enable him do the exams at home as he is afraid that the ‘ghosts’ will affect his performance.

Kamau, a Moi Primary School pupil said prayer has failed to work.

His father, Henry Mbaree, concurred with Kamau’s claims saying his son’s behaviour scares him and efforts to assist him have never been fruitful.

“When my son is at home, he is very well; but when he enters the school compound, he is engulfed by strange powers that attack him [and] by demons that make him faint and collapse,” he said.

Mbaree appealed to the school administration and well wishers to find spiritual leaders who can intercede and pray for their son.





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