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Nigerian Dad Shares Copy Of Letter He Wrote To School Before Withdrawing His Son Over Bullying

A Nigerian dad, Mike Ekunno, has shared a letter he wrote to the Federal Government College, Abuja, following the repeated bullying his son was subjected to.

 

Ekunno shared what he went through as a parent in 2018 following the recent death of Dowen colleague student, Sylvester Oromoni, who was allegedly attacked by schoolmates.

 

He posted a letter he wrote to the school principal in 2018 informing them of the bullying acts his son had been subjected to by some SS2 students since he got admitted into the school.

 

Ekunno said the withdrawal of his son was necessary so as to ensure he remains alive. He pointed that he pulled the child out without allowing him to sit his promotional exam

”Copy of my letter to the school authority over the bullying of my son. I finally had to withdraw him without sitting for his promotional exam to keep him alive.”

 

The letter he wrote in 2018 reads in part

“My son, Ifesinachi, 10, is an intelligent is a bold and a free-spirited boy. His mother and I are shocked at the transformation of his personality since enrolling in your school at the start of this academic session. He has suddenly turned timorous, scared and fidgety, apart from losing about 10kg from his entry level of 50kg…”

See the letter below;

 

 

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