Footage of another student being bullied in Lead British School Abuja surfaces online [video]

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Lead British International School Abuja has come under fire again after another video of one its students getting bullied surfaced following an earlier video of Namitra Bwala also getting bullied.

In a new video that’s now trending, a young could be seen huddled over on the ground while others hit him from above repeatedly.

The young boy who was later rescued by another student was ushered away from his assailants who mellowed down in the moment.

Nigerians are still seeking Justice for Namitra and other students who are unable to raise their voices about their abuse. Others have asked the school to step up, particularly due to their exorbitant fees.


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