Wonders they say shall never end.

There was chaos and confusion in the female hostel of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, following a claim by a female student that she felt the presence of “Death’’ and busted into serious prayers that caused serious uproar in the hostel.

Liveschoolnews.com.ng grapevine gathered that, she was on her way to the classroom to read for a 9:00am test schedule for the next day when the incident happened.

She explained that at a point she felt light and cold, which was an unusual feeling, and, as a Christian, it prompted her into a serious prayer session, announcing at the top of her voice to the other girls to wake up and pray against the spirit of death.

At first, she was not taken seriously by her colleagues and some girls came out and tried to hold her and calm her down. One could feel the distress and fear in her voice. It was not until they were able to calm her down that another girl who is a Muslim came running, asserting that she saw a strange man at the entrance of the hostel. She said that she asked him who he was and what he was doing there that early, and he replied that he was on a mission and vanished into the thin air.

At this stage, most of the girls, both Muslims and Christians, busted into serious prayers. The hostel’s mosque was filled with girls praying dearly, while their Christians counterparts grouped themselves at different positions, unanimously praying against the spirit of death.

It was really a state of religious intercessions that morning but after normalcy returned to the hostel, the students returned to their various rooms and continued with their normal activities.

Simon, Markus Yila, is a 100-level student of Mass Communication at Nasarawa State University, Keffia

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