A 12-year-old young handsome boy has been allegedly beaten to death by his classmates for refusing to join their cult group.
A cousin of the deceased identified as Perrison Oromoni shared the sad story on his Twitter handle.
In his words:
“This is my 12 years old cousin that was beaten to death at a school that cost over 1 million naira.
“They tried to put him in cult, he refused and they killed him. Secondary school o.
“Anybody that can kill me hould kill! me now, my brother won’t die for anything, Anslem Temile, Michael Kashamu and Benjamin Favor and Dowen college, jst knw he called your names before he died.
“Dowen college is a disgrace. He mentioned 5 names before passing yesterday.”
Reacting to the sad news, some Nitizens said:
This is very very painful..Those involved both the school management that tried to hide the truth are all going down..Don’t tell me nothing,we go settle everything together,until you begin to pay back death for death,evil for evil some people will never learn.
My goodness!!!!! This is terrible. Imagine the kind of animals being raised disguising as human beings. Where are their parents?? What is the school saying in response? Who is going to be held accountable??? These are the questions. Shocking!!!!
Boarding schools are no more safe.when my nephew called me to beg his mom to not let him go back to boarding school I didn’t hesitate to step in. The day he opened up to me about things that happen when lights are out I was shocked. Expensive school for that matter
May God rest his soul.
I served in Dowen College and the problem mostly is parents don’t want their children scolded by a teacher, teachers don’t want to lose jobs, school don’t want to lose money! Business for schl, jobs for teachers and spoilt brat for parents!
This is so awful. This reminds me of when my niece in one of these 7-digits paying school in Lekki told me that student use to beat teachers and school authority would rather disengage the teacher than punish the kids.
Some parents will not understand why their child and ward will come back and decide not to want to continue boarding school pls wen a child decide to stop pls listen to dem, I’ve experienced it personal from a very bad boarding school, i was transferred to a day school (military)
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