Following reports of alleged sexual assaults by an invisible entity or “ghost,” Shale Clinic, a hospital in Zimbabwe, has been forced to close down in a strange series of events.
This unprecedented incident has instilled fear among healthcare professionals and teachers at a nearby primary school.
According to reports, two female nurses and a male health technician abandoned their positions after claiming to have been sexually abused by the unseen creature.
The terror has also spread to the nearby primary school, with teachers reporting molestation.
In response, the educators have threatened to resign if the situation is not comprehensively addressed.
To address the growing concerns, the local villagers have held an emergency meeting. It was collectively agreed that the services of prophets or traditional leaders would be sought to tackle the situation.
The involvement of mythical creatures known as ‘tikoloshes’ in local folklore is suspected by the villagers as the cause of this reign of terror.
Once these ‘tikoloshes’ are identified, there is a consensus among the villagers to banish their owner.
The closure of the clinic and the threat of a school shutdown have intensified the urgency for a prompt resolution to this peculiar crisis.