Rapper, Ikechukwu mourns cousin killed at Imo State boarding school, #Rapper #Ikechukwu #mourns #cousin #killed #Imo #State #boarding #school Welcome to 50 Mind BlogHere is our latest breaking news and trending broadcast for you today: :
Popular Nigerian rapper Ikechukwu is grieving the death of his wife’s cousin Obinna, who was found dead at a boarding school in Imo state at 1am.
According to the rapper, who also appeared in Mo Abudu’s blockbuster “Wedding Party,” the story the school told as the cause of the boy’s death had too many holes.
Sharing the video of the 14-year-old boy on his verified Instagram page, Ikechukwu wrote: “This is so sad. This is Obina, 14, my in-laws, my wife’s cousin. This video It was him at my wedding. He was found dead in his school boarding house at 1am. Class – SS2, Queen of the Holy Innocent Secondary ogwume, Ideato lga, in the senior dormitory. Beaten and scarred. This story There are a lot of loopholes. Frankly, I’m sick of these things. Now it’s on my doorstep. I urge every media portal to help focus on the events surrounding this event and with these kids we confidently hand over to the school’s care All other incidents. This is outrageous. No child should die, there is nothing to say in this way, they should be safe and cared for. I implore all media and bloggers to help get to the bottom of this. May his soul rest in peace at last.
My deepest condolences to the entire family. #JUSTICEFOROBINNAOBIEFULEH. “
Recall a few months ago that Sylvester Oromoni, a 12-year-old student at Daoist College, was reportedly attacked by five seniors at the school for allegedly refusing to join their cult. and injured.
The 12-year-old boy died on November 30, 2020, after efforts to save his life failed.
His father claimed his children were beaten and fed a liquid chemical, but the Daowen College dismissed the claims.
The school claims the boy was injured while playing football with colleagues.
The permission was included in the legal advice of Ms. Adetutu Oshinusi, the Attorney General of Lagos State.