A witness revealed that the teacher continued beating the said student even after he complained of being sick over a leg injury.
" we were begging the teacher not to flog him because Kelvin was I'll but our pleas fell on deaf ears. Kelvin had an injury on his leg before the incident , we don't not know if it was the flogging that led to his death.
A senior police officer attached to Ughelli area command also testified of the incident.
"The students of Ekiugbo Grammar School, Ekiugbo in Ughelli protested over the death of one Kelvin Ogheneogaga, who was said to have been flogged to death by a teacher.
"The teacher had already flogged the pupil on the 26th day of February for misconduct after which the child left for home, he later developed complications at home before he was rushed to the hospital by his family where he died.
" When the news got to the school it led to the students protesting and destroying properties and vehicles belonging to the principal and teachers.
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