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Abuja school bully apologizes after backlashes

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The student of the Abuja-based school, Lead British School, has apologized for her actions against her fellow student after the school had come under much scrutiny since the video of her bullying another student went viral on social media.

The action of the student generated lots of controversy on social media.

The preparator of the act apologized in a video shared on X (formerly Twitter).

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The girl said, “I am very sorry for what I did to Namtira. I am also apologizing to you all out there. I am sincerely sorry. I wish it never happened.”

The school had earlier announced a shut down the school for three days after a visit by the Minister of Women’s Affairs.

Also, the school management, in a statement released to the public earlier today, stated that it had launched an investigation into the incident.

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The statement signed by the Head of the School, Abraham Ogunkanmbi, noted that the school had initiated an investigation and appointed a dedicated team to conduct a ‘thorough inquiry’ into the matter.

Ogunakanmbi said the team is currently gathering information, including a review of the video footage and interviews with witnesses, to understand the full scope of the incident and identify the immediate and remote causes.

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He added that the school has also reached out to the families of both the perpetrators and the victims to offer them counseling and disciplinary measures as appropriate.

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