Adekanmi Akindele, a relative to a 6-year-old pupil of Royal Children School, Asaba, Delta State who was allegedly raped in the school toilet by a teacher, has vowed to expose the school after claims of cover up.
The incident was brought to public knowledge on Tuesday after Akindele took to social media to share the report and disclosed that the victim is badly injured in her private part.
The suspect has however been arrested according to a report by Yabaleft.
According to the relative on his Instagram page @myhairven, the teacher allegedly threatened to kill the little girl if she reports him to anyone.
“Royal children school must be shut down, my 6 year old niece was raped repeatedly by a teacher In the school toilet.
“She was badly injured and scattered down there.
“😡😭 I am heartbroken💔 the school is trying to cover up the matter.
They have messed with the wrong child ,I won’t let this slide never ever,” the relative stated.
“My sister is hurt beyond words ,my family is hurting too .
“I need help 😭 please help me tag the right authorities to take up the matter for me.
“My followers, my fellow online vendors help me I need you to tag the right authorities and blogs to take up this matter.
“This must stop✋our girl child cannot continue to suffer this.”
See his post below,
Meanwhile, in a follow-up post, @myhairven claimed that the school was trying to cover up the case at the police station but her family would not let that happen after she posted a press statement allegedly by the school.
He wrote, “Royal college international school is trying to settle out of police station and cover the matter.
“My sisters daughter is my daughter and this cannot be swept under the carpet.
“He raped her repeatedly and threatened to kill her if she tells anyone.
My niece is just 6 years old 💔😭😭 I am heartbroken. This is happening to me. Me ooooo. Myhairven 💔💔💔. I never imagined it could happen to me. My family needs help.”
The school has released a statement promising to get to the root of the matter.
Video of the alleged suspect being led out of the school by a police officer.