The Delta state government has indefinitely closed down one Arise and Shine Nursery and Primary School in the state, where one Mr Emeka Joshua Nwogbo, a teacher of the school flogged a toddler to death.
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The injured and now death toddler, who’s name was given as Obinna Udeze, allegedly received 31 stokes of cane from Emeka Nwogbo, who was reportedly working for his mother, the owner of the private school.
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Mr. Ebenezer Omejalile, Chief Operating Officer of Advocates for Children and Vulnerable People’s Network, a human rights group, said the baby who was a pupil of Arise and Shine Nursery and Primary School, Asaba, Delta State, was flogged for playing with water and getting himself wet.
The toddler was tied hand and foot by the school owner and her son before flogging him into a coma, Omejalile said, quoting the toddler’s mother.
Omejalile called on the Ministry of Education to properly evaluate and monitor the activities of school owners.