Ghana Education News sources say a teacher has been suspended for defiling 14 pupils in Nigerian primary school. The Grade two teacher of Central Primary School Karabonde, Borgu Local Government Area of Niger state, Alhaji Usman Galadima who reportedly defiled 14 students of the school has been barred from work by the administration of the State Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB. Unconfirmed reports suggest Galadima is HIV positive.
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It will be observed that Alh. Galadima has been accused of sexually abusing several kids of the institution and threatening to murder them should they expose what he did to them.
Nevertheless, some of the students had the bravery to tell their school’s headmistress, Maimunat Tanko, about the event, who then reported it to the school’s headmaster, Mallam Abdullahi Toure.
There is information that the school reported the randy teacher’s actions to the social welfare department of Borgu LGA on August 25th, 2021, according to a source.
As a result, the council’s Education Secretary visited the school on 27th August 2021 to find out what the truth was, and a committee was formed up to investigate the situation.
According to reports, Galadima confessed to the crime in front of the committee during its hearing.
The board made the revelation to DAILY POST in Minna through its Public Relations Officer, PRO, Idirs Kolo, who stated that the suspect deserved to be penalized for what he did to the children.
He stated that before further action could be taken against him, the instructor needed to be dismissed from his job.
“The accused is presently with Child Right Protection Agency. We have to move him from Borgu to Minna to save his life from mob action by parents and families of the victims. They are all furious over what he did to their daughters.
” The management of SUBEB has suspended him because, what he did cannot be swept under the carpet by anyone. The state Governor, Alh. Abubakar Sani Bello is not happy with the development,” Idris explained.
When DAILY POST called the Director of the Niger State Child Rights Protection Agency, Barrister Maryam Kolo, she confirmed the school’s progress.
She stated that the Agency has enabled the relocation of the matter from Borgu LGA to Minna in order for it to be properly probed.
In addition, the State Police command confirmed the situation through the Public Relations Officer, PRO, DSP Wasiu Abiodun, who stated that the State Commissioner of Police, CP Monday Bala Kuryas, has ordered a full inquiry into the issue.
He added, “the social welfare unit of Borgu LGA reported an incident of defilement of 3 girls of central primary school, Karabonde to the Police on 27th Aug, 2021.”
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