My daughter died from electrocution contrary to narrative of chrisland school authority, says bereaved mother

The mother of Whitney Adeniran, a 12-year-old female student of Chrisland High School, Ikeja, Lagos, has confirmed that her daughter died of electrocution, contrary to the cover up claim of the school authorities that she slumped and died during the school’s sporting events held at the Agege Stadium in Lagos State.

Penpushing reports that the bereaved mother, Blessing Adeniran made this known in a live video Wednesday on her official Instagram business account, adding that an autopsy carried out to unravel the circumstances surrounding the death revealed it was electrocution.

The woman crying profusely said she has been subjected to trauma the past three weeks since her daughter died, accusing  the school  authorities of contributing  to the trauma for allegedly pushing false narratives to protect their reputation.

“They made me think I was crazy, they started pushing the narrative that she was sick. I told them, I dont want trouble, I want answers. They came to my house. I knelt down, begged and pleaded that I dont want my daughter butchered for autopsy sake’, she said

“I told them my daughter is already dead, and I don’t want to put her through that and my husband told them we have been hearing rumours of electrocution and asked them to help us investigate these rumours, but they refused. They sent a letter to me and my husband that they just want to assure us that they did everything humanly possible to save my daughter’s life.”

Penpushing further reports that the woman declared that the family would sue the school in a law court, just as it is recalled that when the sad incident occurred the Chairman of the school’s Advisory Board, Ike Ofuokwu,in a statement said the 12-year-old deceased slumped in public view and not under any hidden circumstances.

“Our immediate response was to take advantage of proximity by identifying the nearest medical facility to take her to, where the doctor on duty administered oxygen and every aid possible on her’, Ofuokwu wrote.

Penpushing reports that the Lagos State Government as a way to douse tension over the sad incident ordered the indefinite closure of the school in response to the controversies surrounding the death of the student.

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