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Chrisland Video; Head Teacher, Parents, Others asked to Report to SCID.

The Lagos State Police Command announced that it had invited all parties involved in the case.



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All parties involved in the alleged s€×ual abuse of a 10-year-old Chrisland Schools primary six pupil have been ordered to report to the Lagos state police command.

The Chrisland School in question is in the Victoria Garden City area of the state.

The Lagos State Police Command announced that it had invited all parties involved in the case.

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According to the Lagos Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, all parties involved in the matter have been directed to report to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, today.

Giving an update on the matter, Hundeyin said, “All the parties involved have been invited to the State Criminal Investigation Department Panti today to give a written statement and further questioning will be done.”

The parties involved include the school’s principal, G.I. Azike, and the parents of a female student who claimed that she was sexually abused while participating in the World School Games in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

Though the school administration stated that the female student was one of 76 students who represented the school at the Dubai event, which was held between March 8 and 14, 2022, it also stated that the rape allegation was false.

Rather, the school claimed that two of its students engaged in “s€xual misconduct” in a game called “Truth or Dare” after lights out.

School officials later suspended the female student (name withheld) indefinitely, claiming she was “a major actor” in the “immoral act.”

However, in a viral video, the pupil’s mother claimed that some of the school’s male students drugged and raped her daughter.

Remember that the Lagos State Government closed all Chrisland Schools in the state indefinitely on Monday, pending the results of a security investigation.

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