He blamed sorcery [Photo: Courtesy]
Popular city preacher, Bishop Godfrey Migwi of House of Hope church, Nairobi, has revealed the reason why there is a spike in the number of child abuse, defilement and rape in schools across the country.
According to Migwi, witchcraft was the source of the spreading as more people turn to ‘dark forces.’
“In our schools witchcraft is exercised, there is wicked evil spirit’s in our schools many head teachers, principals and their deputies excise Witchcraft that’s why we always hears bad and strange news in our schools, strange Fires, strange sickness , children’s being raped, demons attacking our children’s even as we are speaking many students are at home,” posted Migwi.
Migwi [Photo: Courtesy]
The pastor, in his post on Facebook blamed the menace on ‘wagangas’ who he claimed send their clients to schools in search of virgins in order to get rich, heal sicknesses and get rid of bad luck, demons etc.
“One day a school worker called me narrating one incident, he saw a principal of that school at night with a mganga doing some weird things, to make it short some principals go to wagangas and wagangas visits our schools reasons not to be transferred, to control other teachers and everything in school… Others teachers after realizing they’re H.I.V +, their wagangas advise them to sleep with virgins to be healed so they choose to rape our innocent children,” he disclosed.
Migwi stated that these doctrines were false and would affect the country more if not put in check.
“My advice to prayers warriors pray for our schools, to the government vet our teachers and give students a chance to expose them there so many untold stories in our schools , then make it a must for every school to install CCTV cameras, God please hide our children’s we pray and believe Amen,” explained the pastor.
Earlier in the week there was an outcry following revelations that several girls had been assaulted and three raped at Moi Girls School, Nairobi.
The school was consequently shut down, and its board dissolved by Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed.
The school’s principal Jael Mureithi opted for early retirement.