SHOCKING: King’s College Turns “Prison Yard” ! See Reasons Why Should Not Send your BELOVED Child There !

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Kings College Students under punishment

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For the second time in nine days, the Kings College annexe in Victoria Island, Lagos is in the news for another reason concerning the treatment of students by teachers.

On Saturday, November 18, a Twitter user @lifeofmohammed shared a photo of some Kings College students serving punishment by lying on the ground.

What will I call this ? Boarders ain’t prisoners smh
This is happening right now at Kings College Vi Annex
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Dismayed by the kind of punishment being meted out to the students, the Twitter user wrote:

“What will I call this? Boarders ain’t prisoners smh. This is happening at Kings College VI Annex”.

So… Its only normal nah! Except if you didn’t go to a boarding school

 This Is Actually Abnormality We’ve Come To Adapt To As People. Very Bad

 

Recall that a Twitter user, @gossyomega on Friday, November 10, shared pictures of the school sickbay describing it as very heart-breaking.

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Sick Bay at Kings College. Pictures taken 2 days ago. Hmmm there is a video too. Very heart breaking conditions.

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Sharing the pictures on his Twitter handle, @gossyomega Sick Bay at Kings College. Pictures taken 2 days ago. Hmmm there is a video too. Very heart breaking conditions.

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The pictures attracted a lot of comments on Twitter as many wonder how a room set aside for the treatment of sick student is left to be in a poor and unhygienic condition as shown in the picture.

However, @gossyomega refused to share the video of the sickbay saying the video shows faces of some students of the school.

There are young kids in the video. Won’t be right to show it in public.

In a similar event, the management of another Unity  School, Queens College in Lagos was recently in the news over the school’s inattention to hygiene which later caused infections that killed three students.

Queens College

playThe contaminated tank of water that caused infection in Queens College

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In March  an SSS1 student of the school, Praised Shodipo died in Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja as a result of the epidemic.

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