Lagos Teacher Beats Student To Death For Not Answering Maths Question Correctly

Lagos Teacher Beats Student To Death For Not Answering Maths Question Correctly

A Nigerian man, Ridwan Oyewunmi, has called on Nigerians on social media to help him obtain justice after a currently on the run school teacher allegedly beat his younger brother, Boluwatife Omelaja, to death at a school in Ikorodu, Lagos state on Thursday, November 26, IgbereTV reports.


In a Twitter thread, the distraught brother said the teacher hit Omelaja because he couldn’t answer a question.

His tweets say:

“Twitter NG I just lost my brother to the brutality of the school teacher. Mr. Emmanuel (frame 1) is a secondary school teacher at Elihans school, Ikorodu in Lagos. He beat my brother Boluwatife Omelaja to death (frame 2) to death on November 26 on the school premises because he could not answer a math question that was asked correctly.

The school initially led us to believe that he collapsed and died while trying to answer the question on the board, a child who was not ill or showed some sign of illness before.

He was taken home on the school bus by the owner and the school principal, along with Mr. Emma, ​​who we did not know was the killer at the time, and was buried a few hours later according to the Muslim doctrine.

Meanwhile, Bolu’s other brother, Lateef Omelaja, was prevented from leaving the school premises, to prevent him from telling us the real news at home and to give Mr. Emma more time to flee.

We did not believe in the story of the rooster and the bull that the school gave us until Lafeef came home around 5 in the afternoon and told us what really happened at the school.

We also confirmed this from other students at the school, including fellow students from Boluwatife.

The painful part is that the school keeps trying to cover up Mr. Emma by claiming that he didn’t hit Bolu.

Mr. Emma is on the run, he’s nowhere to be found.

I know that no amount of punishment for him will bring my brother back, but I just want Mr. Emma to be located and justice served. “

#JusticeForBolu “