What began as a normal school day at the Portsmouth Secondary School this morning turned into chaos when students began screaming and running aimlessly.
Some of the students tried to get a glance of the action while others, in fear, just wanted to be out of the school’s compound.
It is alleged that three female students, each from forms two, three and four, started ‘acting up’ by turning over desks, fighting with teachers and turning their classes into rooms of confusion.
An alleged eyewitness saw one female student running down the main road to the school screaming. She was rescued by another young lady, and the two fell on top one another on the ground screaming. They then got up and continued down the street screaming as teachers and other students attempted to calm the two.
Another young lady who was being prayed for after violently attacking a teacher knelt calmly on the ground then suddenly attacked the teacher who was praying for her and other students close by. She also threw a chair at a male student.
Teachers were in panic at the sporadic violent outbursts of these students and one could note the fear and confusion on the faces of the students as some fled the scene in disbelief muttering “demonic possession”.
Most affected by this chaos were the fifth formers who are writing their pre-CXC exams.
A DNO correspondent is seeking to get comments from school officials and will report as soon as more information is obtained.
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