SSS3 Student Dies After Writing WAEC Exam As School Gardener Attacks Him
SSS3 Student Dies After Writing WAEC Exam As School Gardener Attacks Him Over Insult
The Lagos State police command says a gardener in a secondary school has been arrested over alleged murder of a Senior Secondary school student.
The Command’s spokesman, DSP Bala Elkana confirmed the arrest in a statement on Sunday.
According to Elkana, on May 16, at about 2.40pm, Iponri Police Station received a complaint from Jubril Martins Memorial Grammar School Iponri.
The complaint said that on May 15, at about 4.40pm, a gardener with the said School engaged a 16-year-old SSS 3 student in a fight along Oke-Olu Road Iponri.
He said that in the process, the student fell down and became unconscious and was rushed to Smith Medical Hospital where he later died.
“Eye witness accounts show that the deceased person was returning home with his friends after writing WAEC and the suspect blocked him on the way and pulled him down, on the accusation that the deceased student had insulted him before.
“Homicide detectives from State Criminal Investigation Department Yaba, have visited the crime scene, corpse of the deceased is deposited at the mortuary for autopsy,” he said.
According to him, the suspect has been arrested and will be charged to court for murder.
May 20, 2019 at 12:30 AM
See ur life, you allowed ur anger and jealousy to ruin you
May 20, 2019 at 1:00 AM
u no fit report d matter to school authorities but decided to take laws into your hands bah?well,life imprisionment or hanging is waiting patiently
May 20, 2019 at 6:56 AM
Had you known will fill up your thought after you realized the result of your anger..only God knows how many months salary the authority is owing this man that increased his anger to commit this act.
In Nigeria, everyone is sad but they don’t channel their anger in the right direction.
May 20, 2019 at 7:03 AM
Reporting to school authority would have saved you from this mess. Rip in addy
May 20, 2019 at 5:12 PM
This is a case of murder 1. He should have reported to the school authority when the boy insulted him in the past, not to waylay him and beat him up. He planned to beat up the student anytime he sees him. Life in prison or eye for eye.