FCT Police Dispatch Officers to High-End School in Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory Police Command has taken proactive measures by deploying officers to Lead British International School, Abuja, in response to viral videos depicting bullying incidents. According to Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Adeh, this action follows public concerns raised over social media footage showcasing the mistreatment of students at the school. Adeh reassured the public that the police are actively investigating the situation.

In addition to deploying officers for investigation, Adeh emphasized the police’s commitment to maintaining law and order within the school premises. Meanwhile, another video emerged on Tuesday, showing a separate incident of bullying at Lead British International School, Abuja. In this footage, male students in school uniform were observed surrounding a boy in casual attire, with one student seen slapping the boy while others intervened to prevent further harm.

The emergence of multiple bullying videos has sparked widespread condemnation on social media, with users calling for justice for the victims and urging school authorities to take appropriate action. In response, the management of Lead British International School, Abuja, announced that they had initiated an investigation into the matter, signaling a proactive stance towards addressing the incidents and ensuring the safety and well-being of their students.

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