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(REVEALED) How Faith Academy Pupil, David Emekeme, Was Beaten To Pulp By Teacher - SISTER

DAVID EMEKEME 

OTA, OGUN STATE, NIGERIA - Information at the disposal of THE NEWS ACCELERATOR NETWORK, indicates that a Senior Secondary School 2 pupil of Faith Academy, Ota, Ogun State, David Emekeme, has been allegedly beaten to pulp by a Computer Science teacher of the school, Voke Voma.

It was gathered that Voke Voma, who also doubles as the school chaplain, had allegedly beaten David Emekeme for slowly walking in the chapel.

THE NEWS ACCELERATOR NETWORK further learnt that David Emekeme, who was beaten with a belt by the teacher, had fallen  unconscious and was subsequently rushed to hospital, where David Emekeme, had spent three days before he regained consciousness.

Love Onos, the sister to David Emekeme, while reacting to the development on her Instagram page said, “This is child abuse… a teacher at the Faith Academy flogged my brother then hit him in his chest; he collapsed and was rushed to hospital and was unconscious for three days. 

"At this point, what my brother did or did not do is not valid; no man has the right to treat someone else’s child like that, not to talk of the fact that the child is placed under their custody with so much trust.

“On top of that, I called the principal and he lied to me that my brother was not in hospital and that he was fine, not until my parents got to Ota and found him in hospital. 

"I am a mother of two and know the value of children, plus, we have videos of pupils testifying to this teacher hitting and slapping them all the time; we chose not to put the video out to protect the interest of these kids. So, guys, please help me re-post, let’s get justice for David.”

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