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Chrisland School And Mercy Johnson Reaches Agreement Over Daughter, Purity’s Bullying Claim

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The management of Chrisland school has reacted after one of their pupil, Purity Okojie who happens to be the daughter of Mercy Johnson alleged that she had been beaten by a teacher in the school who resented her mum.

You could recall that Mercy Johnson stormed the school of her daughter, Purity after she was said to have been beaten by a teacher who hated the actress.

Ibironke Olatokunbo Adeyemi, managing director of Chrisland School Conglomerate, made it known to the public that the school had carried out their investigation into the allegations and they have now smoothened up the rough edges.

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The management of the school released a statement stating the position of the school on the matter and how far they have reached in settling the dispute.

The statement read: “We had a long, frank, and fruitful conversation, part of which was our firm reassurance that Chrisland as an institution holds sacrosanct, a zero-tolerance for bullying,” she said.

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“As promised, we also investigated the issue on the ground and were able to establish there were rough edges to smoothen up from a clearly avoidable misunderstanding.

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“We ironed this out without losing focus on the bigger picture of deepening our children including Purity Okojie, in our institution’s core values which are discipline, integrity, professionalism, love, and excellence.

“The cordiality and empathy accorded the Okojies is characteristic of our corporate tradition and cuts across every family that holds us in trust to raise their kids irrespective of race, creed or social standing.Mercy Johnson Okojie and family on 10th wedding anniversary

“It’s natural to feel some disquiet about the approach adopted in airing her grievance.

“We have translated this engagement opportunity into useful insights on less disconcerting methods of redress in future, especially as it’s unrealistic not to expect occasional frictions within humanity’s social ecosystem.”

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