School students fainted in Sudan’s Sennar
A number of students in Sennar fainted because of reasons that have not been identified.
Twenty-three students of Wad Tatok Secondary School in have suffered fainting, accompanied by symptoms of hysteria, a villager reported to Radio Dabanga.
The villager told Radio Dabanga that the local doctor was unable to identify the cause of the fainting. The doctor stated that most of the cases were concentrated among students who came to school from village 7, near Wedtatok.
It is worth noting that similar cases recently occurred among students of El Marwa school of El Hilla El Jadeeda in White Nile state.
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