A mother has raised alarm after her daughter died in a sporting event at Chrisland School, Lagos.
The mother, Blessing Adeniran, narrated a series of events that led to the death of her daughter named Whitney.
Blessing, in a video where broke down in tears, accused the school, located in Victoria Garden City of negligence.
She narrated that the school was to have its annual sporting competition on February 9 at the Agege Stadium.
The mother said, when she couldn’t find her child in any of the activities at the stadium, she was told she slumped.
“February 9 was their inter-house sport. Last year, I couldn’t go [on time]. My daughter was angry I didn’t watch her march pass. I couldn’t find my way to Agege stadium. This year, I went before the event started,” she said.
“I met the principal, admin officer, members of the PTA committee, and some parents. The march pass happened. When it started, the first, second, and third houses marched but I didn’t see my child. She’s in the Green House.
“So I thought she’s among the queen’s entourage. But those ones and all others marched and I didn’t see her. I called the school driver to ask if she was among those he brought to the stadium. He said he did bring her.
“I crossed to the other side. I saw some students and asked. I told them I was looking for Whitney Adeniran. They told me a girl, Whitney, just fainted and is being taken to the hospital on the school bus.”
Blessing said she panicked and went after the bus, ending up at a health centre close to the Agege central mosque.
The mother said her daughter was already dead when she caught up with the team that rushed Whitney there.
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