Blessing Adeniran, the mother of the 12-year-old Chrisland pupil, Whitney, who died during the school's inter-house sports, has revealed that an autopsy carried out on her daughter showed that she died of electrocution. In an emotional Instagram video, Blessing thanked everyone for their support and stated that the past few weeks had been traumatic for her.
According to Blessing, "She has been traumatized for weeks the school had made her think she was crazy and pushed the narrative that Whitney was sickly." However, the autopsy result proved that Whitney died of electrocution which made her heartbroken. She also accused the school of refusing to investigate the incident and subjecting her daughter to a brutal autopsy.
Screenshot from Punch Newspaper.
The father of the deceased, Dr. Michael Adeniran, had also claimed that his daughter died of electrocution prior to the autopsy. Meanwhile, the school management had claimed that the deceased slumped in public view and was rushed to the nearest medical facility for first aid.
This tragic incident highlights the need for schools and institutions to prioritize safety measures and take proactive steps to prevent accidents.
Source: Punch Newspaper.
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