Lead British International School: Cousin of Girl Bullied in Abuja School Gives Update on the Matter

Lead British International School: Cousin of Girl Bullied in Abuja School Gives Update on the Matter

  • Fresh information has emerged regarding the bullying incident that happened at Lead British International School
  • The cousin of the bullied girl appreciated Nigerians for their support as she shared recent progress on the issue
  • She revealed the school has been shut down for the time being and shared what would befall her relative's bully

The cousin of Namtira, the girl bullied at Lead British International School, Abuja, has stated that the school has been closed temporarily.

Outrage trailed a viral video of Namtira being bullied by a girl at the school.

Cousin of bullied girl speaks up, gives latest information
The bullied girl's cousin thanked people for the support shown to her relative. Photo Credit: (@Hannnatu_)
Source: Twitter

In a tweet on X, @Hannnatu_ added that the school bully would be expelled. She appreciated Nigerians' support and social media campaign for Namtira.

@Hannnatu_ wrote on X:

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"Hello guys,
"This is an update. The school has been shut down for now and the students responsible will be expelled. Thankyou so much for this push. I can’t say thank you enough. I really appreciate the retweets and the reposts."

Watch video of the bully being ushered into the school below:

@Hannnatu_'s update generates reactions

@sisiolojuede said:

"Good news , but the sad news is , another school would take her in and she might likely do the same thing."

@AdventurousAlec said:

"The student should also be taken to a correctional center. Thank you for the information."

@susu_4_Xcaptain said:

"I can imagine the joy in the heart of the rest kids wey the matter no concern.
"Na to go house in Joy and happiness go watch feem ."

@Ashibabon said:

"Expulsion does not solve this actually, they'll be taken to another school and they'll continue being what they are. They should be kept in same school under close watch attending G&C sessions and demoted a class or two classes backward. Expulsion doesn't fix them, if their parents are wealthy enough they can fly them abroad to go study and they'll still carry their bad character and go there."

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@Gracebal0 said:

"This is great news but I wish those bullies got slapped the same way they did to others."

Lead British International School commences investigation

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Lead British International School had commenced an investigation into the bullying incident.

A video of the bullying incident depicted a student being repeatedly slapped by a colleague, sparking outrage from the online community, who are asking what punishment has been meted out for the culprit.

The school has been alleged to have treated cases of bullying with leniency in the past. An example cited is a student who used a knife against a colleague, receiving only a two-day suspension.

Source: Legit.ng

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