The Lagos State Government shut down Chrisland on Monday, according to NAIJAGENRE, after footage of a 10-year-old female student being allegedly gang-raped and abused by some kids surfaced.
The viral video depicts the students performing a sexual act that the mother of the female student claims was done while she was under the influence.
Shola responded on her Instagram page, claiming that the 10-year-old was a member of a group notorious for indulging in nefarious acts.
She claimed that her son, Tife, alerted her to the video and that when challenged, the child showed no remorse.
Shola stated that the teachers in Dubai worked tirelessly to care for the students on various floors.
She went on to say that the students waited till midnight to perform the “nasty act,” and that the term “RAPE” is being used casually without regard for the potential for harm.
She asked parents to be aware of their children’s surroundings and what they are exposed to.
“I accompanied my kid to represent his school in the just concluded WSG, and I can confidently state that the ten-year-old in question was NOT raped. I remember the ‘SHOCK’ on my son’s face when he told me about a video some other kid was watching, he said Mum, I couldn’t stand the video, so I had to excuse myself, he said the gist circulating was that the girl and her click played a game of truth or dare, of which this particular girl couldn’t stop with the mind-numbing’DARES’ I couldn’t believe my ears when I learned about the nasty activities.
“I’m only now seeing this post and the twist in it all. Blaming such immorality and irresponsibility on the school is unreasonable because it DEFINITELY WAS NOT RLNE!!! I just couldn’t take it (because I know how strict the teachers were on this trip).
“The pupils slept in a hotel with other schools and made sure the boys’ room was on the 10th level and the girls’ room was on the 2nd story.”
“The teachers did their parade 3-5 times a day to ensure that everyone was in their classroom.” There were over 70 students to 5-6 teachers (these teachers worked their tails off trying to pull them together), but to give you an idea of how bad behaved these kids were, they waited until after midnight (after the last roll call) to start acting up.”
Nigerians can criticize guardians for doing their best and breaking their backs for their children, but “CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME,” according to Shola.