Whitney Adeniran: Father Exposes How Chrisland Student Died, School Cover-Up

Whitney Adeniran: Father Exposes How Chrisland Student Died, School Cover-Up

  • There is a new development regarding the death of the 12-year-old student of Chrisland High School, Whitney Adeniran
  • The businessman and father of the student, who died on February 9, 2023, at the Agege stadium in Lagos, told Justice Oyindamola Ogala that his daughter was not sickly
  • The father of the deceased added that on the day of the tragic incident, his daughter left home very healthy, and nothing was wrong with her

The father of a 12-year-old student of Chrisland High School, Whitney Adeniran, who died on February 9, 2023, has made a fresh revelation in court regarding how his daughter died and how the school covered it up.

The businessman, whose daughter died during the school inter-house sport at Agege stadium, testified before a Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja.

Whitney Adeniran, Chrisland school, Federal High Court in Lagos
Whitney Adeniran's father suspects his daughter might have died from electrocution. Photo credit: Damilola Teniola
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Father gives fresh insight into daughter's death in court

Adeyemi Adeniran told Justice Oyindamola Ogala that his daughter, Whitney, was not sickly.

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The father of the deceased, under cross-examination, stated that the cause of her death might have been a heart attack, but he did not believe it because the autopsy result said otherwise, and he suspected that it might have been an electrocution, The Nigerian Tribune reported.

Led in examination-in-chief by the Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Dr. Babajide Martins, Adeniran told the court that his wife called him from the office to come to Agege, the hospital Whitney was taken to after the incident, Channels TV report added.

Chrisland Schools: Another witness speaks as fresh revelation unfolds

Meanwhile, the ongoing judicial inquest between Chrisland Schools and the Lagos state government over the tragic demise of 12-year-old Whitney Adeniran has got a new development.

The Ogba magistrate court in Lagos on Monday, May 22, docked another witness standing as a testifier for the first witness over the demise of little Whitney.

The witness, who was only identified as a businessman, also maintained that little Whitney did not die of electrocution as claimed by the forensic operation undertaken.

Whitney Adeniran: Official trial of Chrisland School, staff begins

Legit.ng earlier reported that active court proceedings were set to commence in the trial against Chrisland High School, Opebi, over the death of a pupil, Whitney Adeniran.

Reports confirmed that the Lagos state high court in Ikeja would sit on the case to unravel the conspiracy surrounding the tragic incident.

Justice Oyindamola Ogala has also been announced as the presiding judge for the case tagged as involuntary manslaughter.

Source: Legit.ng

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