REVEALED: Chrisland’s pupil had thousands of followers on video social media platform

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There has been outrage among a section of social media users at the report that the pupil embroiled in the ‘sex video’ involving minors from Chrisland Schools has a social media account with thousands of followers.

The account handle is called “bhadgurl4k (bad girl fuck) and has over 526 videos with over 6,000 followers.

Earlier this week, a woman had disclosed on social media that her daughter was raped during a trip to Dubai which was organised by the Lagos school.

The woman also said that the school had attempted to keep the scandal from the public.

However, the school denied the mother’s claims. In a statement by Akin Fadeyi, a member of the Chrisland advisory board, the school said no rape or pregnancy test was carried out on any of the pupils as widely claimed.

The statement also countered that there was no rape involved in the infamous sex scandal.

The statement reads: “We are proud to reassure our stakeholders that no rape of anyone or the administration of a pregnancy test on any child took place on our watch.

“For emphasis, only a COVID post-travel test was conducted on the returning delegation of our students, in compliance with COVID-19 travel protocols, at the Life Centre Medical Services on March 21, 2022, at School Hall, Opebi.

“This was through the nose swab test as consistent with COVID-19 health protocols. We trust that this can be verified at the source provided. To insinuate that a pregnancy test was carried out on a student, for whatever reason, therefore, is a highly unfortunate conjecture.”

Social media users have since thrown the mother of the 10-year-old under the bus for not monitoring her daughter properly. It has since been revealed that the girl had a social media profile on the app Likee, where she currently has over 6k followers. The adolescent girl posts regular dance video challenges.

The mother of Boluwatife, a child of singer Wizkid, Shola Ogudu, also narrated what she was told about the sex video by students of Chrisland Schools, Lagos.

She also urged parents to pay close attention to their children while narrating what she heard via her Instagram handle, @O.Oluwashola.

She posted, “I accompanied my son to represent his school at the just-concluded WSG.

“I remember vividly the ‘shock’ in my son’s face when he was telling me about a video some other kids were watching.

“He said mum, ‘I couldn’t stand the video I had to excuse myself. He said the gist circulating was that the girl and her click played a game of truth or dare, of which this particular girl couldn’t stop with the mind-bugging dares.

“I couldn’t believe my ears when I learned about the nasty activities these little kids get themselves involved in.

“To make matters worse, even when she was accosted about the video, she was owing to it with her full chest.”

Shola also cautioned against blaming the school and teachers for the “immoral act”, saying parents also have a role to play in a child’s uprightness.