In accordance with a State Government directive, all Chrisland Schools in Lagos reopened on Monday.
On April 18, the Lagos State Government ordered the closure of all Chrisland schools due to allegations of sexual abuse against one of its students.
However, state officials announced that the schools would reopen following a “review of the ongoing administrative investigation” into the incident.
Recall that AEM reported that the 10-year-old female student was suspended by Chrisland Schools in Lagos State for alleged sexual misconduct with a colleague during a school competition in Dubai, United Arab Emirate. She has also deleted all of the videos on her Likee social media account.
“I made a mistake, now I’m living with the consequences,” the girl, whose identity cannot be revealed because she is a minor, wrote on her Likee App. I sincerely regret it. And please accept my apologies.”
The account, which has over 12,400 followers, gained popularity after a video of the student and her male colleague engaging in sexual acts went viral on Twitter.
Before the incident at the Dubai competition, the child had been running the page for three years.
Her mother, while claiming she was raped, accused the school’s administration of performing a pregnancy test on her without parental consent, allegations that the school denied.