Tragedy at Araromi Ilogbo Secondary School As Student, David Babadipo is Allegedly Flogged to Death

In a disturbing incident at Araromi Ilogbo Secondary School in Oko Afo, Lagos, a student named David Babadipo was reportedly flogged to death by a teacher identified as Oluwale.

The unfortunate incident took place on Thursday, leading to chaos within the school as fellow students protested the tragic demise of their peer.

Details of the Incident: Flogging and Immediate Aftermath

The 16-year-old victim had been ailing for several days prior to the incident.

Reports indicate that, after allegedly being subjected to corporal punishment by the teacher, David was immediately rushed to a hospital.

Sadly, he was later confirmed dead, intensifying the shock and grief among the student body.

Chaos Unfolds: Student Protest and Video Evidence

A video circulating on social media captured the aftermath of the incident, revealing scenes of students running in panic both within the school compound and outside its premises.

The chaotic situation prompted concerns about the teacher’s safety, with some speculating that the teacher might face repercussions amidst the students’ unrest.

Conflicting Narratives: Differing Accounts Surface

Amidst the widespread outrage, conflicting narratives have emerged regarding the circumstances leading to David’s demise.

One Facebook user, Mama Sassy D, expressed the local sentiment, claiming that the teacher might not survive the repercussions of the incident.

However, Esther Wusu offered a different perspective, refuting claims that the student was flogged to death. Wusu argued that Mr. Oluwale, identified as the Vice Principal, did not engage in corporal punishment and highlighted that the student had been unwell for days.

Community Outcry and Legal Action: Reports to the Police

The incident has garnered attention beyond the school premises, with reports indicating that the case has been formally reported to the Morogbo Police Station at Badagry Expressway, Lagos State.

Bangose Jide, another Facebook user, shared details of the incident and identified Mr. Olawale as the vice principal involved in the tragic event.

The ripple effects of this unfortunate incident are likely to prompt further investigations and legal actions to ascertain the truth and hold responsible parties accountable.

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