Grab this Great Opportunity: Apply for iLearn Scholarship, an India Government Scholarship for Africans. Hurry Now, Registration Ends Soon!

Don't waste your time at home: Gain 200Level admission into any university and course of your choice, through IJMB program. For more details, Call or WhatsApp 08032713621

STUDY ABROAD: Live, Work, and STUDY in Canada or any other country abroad with no stress. No payment until your visa is approved. CLICK HERE for more details or WhatsApp 09019196619

“Who takes a one-year-old to school?” – Actress Oma Nnadi reacts to the death of a 1-year-Old baby who was flogged by his teacher in School

Nollywood actress, Oma Nnadi, has reacted to the death of a 19-month-old baby who was flogged by his teacher in School.

As Reported Last week that, A 19-month-old baby, identified as Obinna, a pupil of Arise and Shine Nursery and Primary School in Asaba, Delta state, died on Saturday, February 12, after he was beaten by a teacher at the school.

READ ALSO:“I felt relieved earning a degree after 10 years at UNIJOS,” — Ex-student activist, Jango

According to Obinna’s mum, the teacher flogged her son mercilessly on Monday, leaving several marks of the cane on his body.

Following the incident, Obinna fainted as the condition was worse, he was taken to Federal Medical Center (FMC) in Asaba where he died on Saturday

Reacting to the death of the minor, actress Oma Nnadi asked what kind of parents take their one-year-old to school.

“Who takes a one year old to school. To go school what exactly and for what exactly. Please make una educate me? One year old? Inukwa bikonu. Online Lecturers , online teachers , food is served . One year old to school ? Call it whatever , daycare, kindergarten, crèche or whatever , you call it .. one year old???? Hmmmmm”. She wrote

READ ALSO:Video: Student flogged mercilessly by her mother after video of her boyfriend kissing and caressing her boobs went viral

CREDIT: ALLSCHOOL, YABALEFTONLINE

Thank you so much for reading this article, we really do appreciate. We hope you loved it, if you did, please share this page with your friends via the share buttons below. Sharing is caring.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
2 Shares
Share via
Copy link