School authorities of Nungua Senior High School in Accra have asked the students to go home after a ghost scare at their dormitories.

This is after 20 of the students collapsed and were rushed to the Lekma Hospital on Tuesday (July 3, 2018).

A second-year student who spoke to Accra-based Starr FM said that “none of the boys has seen the ghost before but the girls say they keep seeing it and so we are home now.”

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Another student said the school authorities met with the student body and then asked them to go home for some rest after the ghost scare in the school.

“The headmistress asked us to go home yesterday. They say we should go and rest after about 20 of the female students collapsed at the dormitory after they saw a ghost.”

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Meanwhile, most parents after hearing the news of the ghost scare started panicking and demanding that the school allows them to take their children home on Thursday.

The headmistress, who is new at the school, could not stand the pressure from parents hence ordering the students to go home.