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Friday, 30 June 2017

He Was Expelled - WHAT NEXT?

I am sure you are familiar with the story of the envious 12year old boy who tried to poison his classmate because she was more intelligent......





Was expelling him the right thing to do?The problem was not solved but moved somewhere else and if the young man does not get help and counselling he might succeed next time.

I do not think expelling him was the right thing....They could have suspended him and sent him to get some counselling on how to curb his jealousy...You see being jealous is OK if it helps you become a better person....Being competitive is OK if it is positive.
I may be wrong though but I would like to know your input on this.....
What could have influenced this child at this young age to want to poison someone?





125 comments:

  1. Hummmmm, he probably inherited the act of jealousy, God help us raise our kids in your way





    *Larry was here*

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    1. It's his mother's job to find help for her son... expelling him is just to keep d young lady safe.if he's wasn't expelled then d girl's mum will have to change her school.
      The boy is lethal and needs help.

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    2. Yes Stella, expelling him was the right thing to do. It's his parents' responsibility to get him help not the schools'. The girl's life will still be in danger as she is now not only a threat to him academically but she also reported him to the authorities. I bet u won't like it if someone attempted to kill ur kid n was still left in d school.

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    3. Expelling him is the highest punishment they can give him and i think its good he was expelled. This will make his parents appreciate the gravity of what the boy did.

      Also the school have to protect themselves and their pupils. How many parent will be comfortable knowing their kids have a potential murderer as a classmate?

      The school did the right thing. The little boy needs to be seriously worked on. His mind, as little as it is damaged.

      May God grant his parents the wisdom and grace they need to handle this situation.

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    4. The girls aunt is actually in my pta group. The sch is lekki british international sch and he has not been expelled. It's only a cover up. The boy needs serious medical evaluation. And how can a sch lab be left open just like that. Carelesness in the part of the sch.

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    5. 17:37, I just heard too he was not expelled. They need to sack whoever is in charge of the laboratory

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    6. Anony 17:37, u just blurted my mind, as soon as I read d news d first question on my mind was, why should a junior student have access to the chemistry lab? Where were the lab attendants? Why leave corrosive substances to d reach of students? Those chemicals should be locked away as soon as d practical lesson ends. Oh yes Stella, the boy should be expelled cos as a mother, u won't be comfortable sending your child to a sch with potential juvenile delinquents. The parents should get him help ASAP. His type can poison his sibling too for a menial sibling rivalry. Children of this generation...aoch.

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    7. This isn't just jealousy. This is a psychological problem. He's a sociopath in the making, needs help. Serious help

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  2. He is a threat to students. I stand with him being expelled. Let his parents take him for counselling and watch him closely henceforth.

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    1. Exactly!
      I'm very glad he was expelled. What nonsense!!!!

      The parents needs to take him somewhere to get help, he is a very sick child! Who knows the kind of environment he grew up in? God help this generation

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    2. You are right Miss Ess. Expelling him is the best. The parents should seek help immediately from a counsellor.

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    3. Stella the main reason he garra go is to set an example for the rest. Haba all this over emotional sentimental business is why we won't move forward i keep saying it. We as humans behave in accordance with lessons learnt. Some other student may think oh he got suspended and go and olan something even worse. Reaction must be equal to action. Yes. We should feel bad especially as it's a child involved. But what must be done, must be done.He will God willing come out of this a better person and be a GOOD example after all. Amen.

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  3. We know the school and it is in Lekki. Expelling the boy was not the right thing to do. If it was in abroad, he would be taking to correctional facility for young offenders. But mba t.

    The parents of the boy needs to be blamed for this because they pushed their son to the limit of you must always be the first in class no matter what.

    Thank God for being God that his classmates made him to stop it and as being young, the spirit of humbleness came to him.

    It is well. Parents do the needful. The world is full of wickedness. Children are fast learners in everything

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    1. Shut up!!!no need to follow follow always they did the best thing expelling him

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    2. *HUMILITY

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    3. Yes the parents are responsible for his behaviour and not the school, the way a child behaves depends on what he sees and hears and home and his community.
      Meanwhile the parents of the other child should take him to another school before he will be targeted again.

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    4. *humility sis,and I don't think it came to him,more like he was caught and had to confess.

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    5. Expelling him is good. Because he will know the gravity of what he did. Suspension is nothing. Suspension is like a pat on the back.

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    6. My heart goes out to his parents, he needs some sort of therapy in my opinion. I'm not blaming any party. Expulsion might be best for him especially if everyone in his school already knows, children can be cruel they would call him names etc. His parents should just move him to another school and help him to see the magnitude and ripple effect of his actions

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    7. You obviously do not know 'abroad'. If this was a first world country he would be charged as a juvenile for attempted murder and also expelled. What this young man did is especially heinous. He's a sociopath.

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  4. i think his parents might have contributed to this one way or the other,probably when he started being 2nd and lambasting him that a GIRL was able to overtake him

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    1. I will always train my child that not being 1st is not the end of the world.. You can take 2nd, even 3rd.. As long as, you know what you are been taught in class.

      You 1st EPP?😕😕

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    2. Exactly what I said too.The parents need to also take a long hard look at themselves and reevaluate their parenting techniques.

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  5. Having him expelled will calm the storm.
    Oh yes!
    Imagine knowing there is a potential murderer in your kids' school.

    But that isn't the main most important thing.
    The important thing is to get into the mind of this child and try and see why he is the way he is.
    And then try and rehabilitate him.

    And to think this happened in British International School is a wake up call that evil can happen anywhere.

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    1. I would withdraw my kid from the school even. And sue the school for negligence. (I don't care if it makes sense or not)
      As for the boy. Hmmmmmmmmmm.

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    2. Olivia silk
      That's the same thing I would have done. Imagine knowing a child in my son's school has a heart like this? And they school hasn't expelled him? I'll withdraw him sharply.

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    3. The parents withdrew her from the school already.

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  6. as to how,for him to have been taking first means his an intelligent child and as to Y well, counselling wud have actually reoriented d nature of his thoughts.

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    1. Stella what r u saying?
      So bcos God saved that girl's life u r saying u think expelling him was wrong? Hian!

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  7. Children of anger every where! May God save us from enemy within.
    Stella you will surprise that the mother of that boy might be a BV here... That's their offspring.Snakes don't give birth to puppy.

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    1. Sexy daddy,this your comment no gel at all.
      That some people say or do nasty things here doesn't mean we are all the same.please
      We have wonderful and kindhearted people here which I'm one of them.

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    2. Amanda, idi sure? Oya send me ofe onugbu with afanu let me confirm

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    3. 😂😂😂😂😂😂. Yes o, we full here. From their comments u shall know them.

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    4. To even reason objectively like a man is a problem.

      But when there are recharge cards giveaways, why don't you first ask if it is 'children of anger' sharing before you load it.
      Hungry flatulent rodents, see them all grinning mumuishly.
      Abeg, shift to the left, let someone see where common sense is speaking.

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  8. The things I hear in this end time frightens me three much. Imagine such a thought from a boy of this age. Gosh! Its good they expelled the bad egg. After counselling, he can be enrolled into some other school because if it were to be suspension, his previous classmates will not want to mingle with him again thereby causing further..

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  9. he's a child but need more attention n love to conquer

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    1. They shld kill the small devil before he turn to future Evans o

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    2. He needs a mental evaluation. No be love be the problem.

      Personally I want to know the boy and his parents.

      I won't be surprised if this is how his parents eliminate competitors.

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    3. He needs a mental evaluation. No be love be the problem.

      Personally I want to know the boy and his parents.

      I won't be surprised if this is how his parents eliminate competitors and he is just copying their actions.

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  10. What an evil child!
    Parents have a lot of work to do.
    I can't deal abeg..

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  11. That child needs all the help he can get. His parents need to watch out for him before he gets worse. Terrorist in the making.

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    1. Azzin ehhn!
      Na to go join Al-qeada guys if his parents decided to send him abroad....smh

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    1. He needs to see a psychologist for proper evaluation..

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  13. It could be inbred,that is the evilness in him or hereditary,or movies.It could be anything,no one knows.Anyway expelling him was a good move,u may ask why?Even if he is suspended and goes for counselling like u suggested,his problem would still be staring him in the face(the girl).Again parents would withdraw their kids from that class/school if he wasn't expelled.He would even be bullied and made miserable if he remains.Bad name go follow the school.Stellz it's best he is expelled,let his parents take him for treatment of whatever is wrong with him enrol him in a new environment.

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    1. Thanks for typing on my behalf. Gbammest!

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  14. Hummmm Stella you're funny oooo, someone that attempted murder That should be in jail by now!

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    1. Hmmmmmmnn. Im sure you are a mother. This is what you wish for a mere child with psychological issues. Godvis looking down on yours cos you dont know what their tmrw will be.

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    2. A mere child u say? That knows to use acid. That didn't stop of his own volition, but because he was caught.
      Nigerians! That's how we condone shit all d time until we r now neck deep in it and don't know right from wrong

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    3. The way you Nigerians think is why your problems never end. Always looking for solutions without finding the cause.

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  15. Nothing if I may asked other than jealousy.children have the spirit of jealousy. He shouldn't be expel alone but needs a rehabitation home

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  16. Stella so ro ni ye? Every wicked old man you see today has always been wicked as a boy
    This one will grow up now and become wizard when his siblings becomes better than him.that child is not just dangerous to his school but much more to his family

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  17. If I were the owner of the school I'll expel him too. He should go else where and be a better person.

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  18. Serious background check needed

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  19. Read were it was said that the girl provoked the boy hence why he decided to poison her and I asked myself "provoke in what way?"for him to have come up with such plan he already saw it somewhere,his parent/guardian should be be investigated and he should be purged of such thoughts

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    1. Lack of parental guidance and control and unhealthy exposure to TV,movies and internet as well.

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    2. I can tell you his evil ways didn't start today but the parents always cover up for him. Don't be surprise they will send him abroad instead of finding help for him.

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    3. Better cos he will be detected easily and given necessary help.

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    4. And he will come back and become another Evans to the society.

      The government must get involve

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  20. Though expelling him does not solve the problem he has,but there's no way other parents of his classmates will be comfortable with him returning to the school no matter how long the suspension lasted!

    The parents has a lot of work to do by getting him help through counselling, even if he goes back to that school,the stigma will be there and he might struggle academically and psychologically, changing his school is the best for him.

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  21. That child is a misomeniac just like the Anonymous orubebes on this blog. Children of anger everywhere... Believe me that child has no cure. No matter the counseling that child will never change instead he/she will grow to become anonymous BVs that after sending them a prayer of curse they will still be enduring the curse will carrying out their wicked act... Ndi uchu. Efulefu dem. Aturu muru ebune gba aka Nwa...

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    1. Pathetic excuse of the male specie. See as I dey weep for you. Is that the issue on ground?

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    2. Please re read what you wrote and tell me if it made sense to you. Mtchewww

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  22. This is what happens when parents lie that they carried ''First'' when they were in school thereby putting children on unnecessary pressure..Parents don't censor what children watch, read or hear..Another Question is how porous the school laboratory is, is it that they don't have a lab supervisor who oversees where they keep acids and dangerous chemicals as such..Imagine he put it in a bottle , what if it had exploded?? cause these chemicals are very volatile..I believe they should have expelled the laboratory supervisor as well...

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    1. Exactly @the lab and lab supervisor. So anyone can just walk into a lab and have access to dangerous chemicals? Hmmmm!

      Expelling him was the right move, every action has its consequences, he 'over-crossed' the line in this case and should bear the brunt.
      The parents have a lot of work to do, this boy's mind needs total overhauling.

      Thank God for saving the girl's life.

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    2. God bless you! How come nobody called out the lab attendant?

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    3. Thank u. What of that negligent lab attendant??

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  23. Check his lineage, murder is in his DNA, now he's expelled, d anger n shame can make him snap one day.

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    1. Shame ke? He's still a child. Its upto his parents to counsel him and change his mindset.

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  24. Expelling him is not the solution to his problem..he needs to be counsel in order to readjust his tinkin.

    This issue is bringing back my word for today...Comparism is is a thief of joy and this brings about jealousy..

    Why competing with the aid of jealousy?... Its not done anywia....


    Learn to be hardworking and make jealousy a no go area.





    MC pinky

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    1. God sure pass dem nna. Biko, rapu godi ndi mmuo. Kikiki

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  26. Assuming dis boy succeeded in kiling dat child without witnesses who knws whom d parent would b suspecting.... I suport wit expulsion cuz I won't feel comfortable sending my kids to scul wif somebody dat has such issues..let d parent take d child to councillor or church fr prayers...as parents let alwez pray fr our kid's.

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    1. Lizzy please write in simple and normal English.

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    2. Or write in Ur local dialect. Must we suffer ur rotten written English???

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  27. That boy must be an adult in their ogbanje world..

    He has no cure.

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    1. He has a cure biko. If his case is well handled,he will be fine.

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  28. Expelling him was right. His parents should put him into Counselling.

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  29. This evil child should be killed, or else he will grow up to become a serial killer of their time.oshisco

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    1. Killed? That's extreme. The fact that he got caught shows God wants him exposed and changed now that he's still a lil child.

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    2. Anonymous 13:44 you mean kill him, you are as murderous as the boy. How can you ever suggest killing him

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  30. That child needs deliverance and through reorientation.
    Like juvenile prison should be the way forward and not just expulsion. Imagine if that girl drank that acid. OH my God.
    His parents needs to be checked out too.

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  31. I just hope the boy's parent wont relocate him to the UK or US where he will be enabled to flourish in wickedness and demonic acts.. . It's his mother's challenge o..Men always find a way to wriggle out of this kind of mess.
    What are we saying sef?what if d boy's parents aren't attentive to him and it's topping the class that makes them give the time of the day 3ce a year (end of term?
    That's another angle o.

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  32. The novel "Lord of the Flies" keeps replaying in my head.

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  33. Stella,
    A boy who nearly killed my daughter? (I am putting myself in the shoes of the mother of the girl).
    Acid??
    He was only expelled? ONLY????

    Hmmmmm,
    I no wan vex biko.

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    1. I don't get Stella some times. Like some times when I see her comment to some post I just get weak. Hian. Imagine. Expelling him what the right call. Suspension fire. So if he is suspended, won't he still come back and meet the girl he tried to poison who will still take first position?

      Please expell him and even sue the school for horses negligence. If not how did the child go to the lab and leave with chemicals. How?

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    2. **was the right call

      *** Sue for gross negligence

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    3. My dear, Leave Stella. She never chop.

      I will so sue the school. They would regret ever admitting that boy into that school.
      What nonsense!

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    4. If these two were your kids what will you do ? ok lets say one was your kid and the other was your brothers or your sister s kid what will you do?

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  34. The parents should be questioned as well. What kind of home is he growing up in? Is there any case of domestic in the home? We live in a society where parental pressure to be the best is something else. U could lose ur self esteem as a child if you're not careful cos parents keep comparing their kids. There's a lot a things that make up a child's psychological, mental health. Why would a child have such evil in his heart? Expelling him was okay, but he needs to be counselled too, and made to go through psychological tests.

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  35. The parents should be questioned as well. What kind of home is he growing up in? Is there any case of domestic in the home? We live in a society where parental pressure to be the best is something else. U could lose ur self esteem as a child if you're not careful cos parents keep comparing their kids. There's a lot a things that make up a child's psychological, mental health. Why would a child have such evil in his heart? Expelling him was okay, but he needs to be counselled too, and made to go through psychological tests.

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  36. Stella its easy for you to say... why was he expelled?
    Like seriously you funny.. In Nigeria here, we should watch a potential killer, that was caught and can still derive other means to map his plan to kill someone and you dey in germani saying he shouldn't have been expelled.
    Ur large Nose cant smell a killer at all....
    Someone with whooping cough sef dem dey gate am from school not more this.
    You telling me a student comes with a gun to your boys class intending to kill another student should not be expelled?
    Would have put the acid for him in the bottle to take a sip, then we can now go from der...

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  37. I have worked in this school before as an administrative staff before and after service and I must say I am shocked about this story.
    Yes some of these kids are spoilt but I have never heard of something even close to this magnitude happening. But I know kids of nowadays have wild imaginations with stuff they see on the internet and TV.
    I am yet to hear the inside story so I don't just know.
    One thing I do know is they are a school that do not even put emphasis on child's position or academic performance. They believe some children have other skills asides academics and they are all important. Be it sports, music, Art etc.
    They do not even do position in school. They do A'S and B'S and grade point average. So I have never seen this much competition among students.
    I also hope this boy isn't over pushed by his parents to over excel. Because of the dollars a lot of these parents fork out, some expect the very best from their kids.
    And when this child remembers the millions being forked out on his education, the sacrifices the parents keep telling him they are making. It begins to drive a force to always over excel in a child.
    I do not blame the school for their position, they need to set an example to other students.
    But I will not judge this case till I hear true story and the school releases a statement, not just a post on facebook.

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    1. I think the internet and movies is where he got his mind poisoned.

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    2. "If you are not among the first five don't come back" This what a mother told her son years ago. Guess what? He didn't go back home because of fear. He went to the river, never to be seen. His father drove out his mum. Till this day. She doesn't have access to her kids.

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    3. Anon 15:12, Your story gave me the chills. Jeez!!!!!!!!!!

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    4. Anon, tell me it's a lie.

      Some parents sha. Lord have mercy

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  38. The kid's father cried after hearing what his child did. He knows what he has done to his child, I bet you!

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  39. How is this little boy different from most of you on this blog. Given the opportunity some, if not most of you on this blog are capable of killing. Those who force the children of other men on their husbands, those who use their menses to cook for their husbands, those who use charms/juju to tame their husbands and his families, those who threaten to pour acid on blog visitors, those who give their breast to little children and suck their penis on this blog. Those who encourage married women to become dogs by sleeping around. How are you guys better than this child. Yes he allowed his emotions to overwhelme him probably due to faulty parenting, extreme pressure from his parents and yes he needs help. Most of you here also need help .especially those that see backing pigeons of a guy's to change his life process as funny. Those who go anonymous to cuss out bvs.

    E.B

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    1. And ur point is? Why r u limiting ur scope to this blog? The people of this blog are they not of this world like urself?
      Abegggi!

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    2. I like what u'r trying to say E.B. 'Thought the same too. Some visitors here also need to purge themselves of similar demons.

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  40. Then this boy needs serious counselling. The parents have got it wrong somewhere. I would rather have a child with a good heart and character that genuinely cares about others that a child that is an over achiever in academics.
    He is just 12....... something is wrong somewhere. If he maybe put sand in the girls water bottle or spat in it. Though bad I will put it down to childish behaviour and scold and suspend him.
    But for a 12year old to even think of doing this, not to now go ahead and do it. This is beyond my understanding.

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  41. Expelling him is the highest punishment they can give him and i think its good he was expelled. This will make his parents appreciate the gravity of what the boy did.

    Also the school have to protect themselves and their pupils. How many parent will be comfortable knowing their kids have a potential murderer as a classmate?

    The school did the right thing. The little boy needs to be seriously worked on. His mind, as little as it is damaged.

    May God grant his parents the wisdom and grace they need to handle this situation.

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  42. It is fine for the boy to be expelled, the parents can take him for counseling because keeping him in same school will scare other students away from him, no student will want to associate with him again.

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  43. Anon 13:41 that is too harsh. Kill him for what?

    You are more wicked than the boy self

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  44. My neighbour's eldest son poisoned himself with rat poison years ago because of extreme pressure from his parents to up his academic performance. They were always comparing him to his younger sister. Yes he survived the poisoning but died years after. I honestly do not know why some parents are over pushing their children. Catholic schools and some other schools in Edo state abandoned positioning in results decades ago. So there is really no competition, you get the results, see where your kids are not excelling/doing well, then encourage them.

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    1. Most schools don't do positioning and I'm sure Lekki british doesn't but in your class, you will still know the best.

      Then in sec sch, one short small boy always comes 1st. All we do is to study harder during the hols so we can beat him.

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  45. That boy can do anything possible to be the best whether academics or otherwise.The seed is already planted and it will take the grace of God to put him right.I think the parents pushed him very hard and made him see himself as the sole owner of the top position.The school did the right thing.

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  46. Hm everyone is here forming it's the parents fault. Did our parents not push us and say they came first?? Did we kill anyone? Pls the boy need counseling. The whole family needs help. Let's give them our support and prayers

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  47. The school did great by expelling him, his parents should take him for conselling becasue sooner or later he will kill someone. His parents and sibblings are not save.

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  48. The people in the lab should be arrested too.

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  49. CrazyHornyWife30 June 2017 at 18:25

    Expelling is too keep other kids safe , so yes I agree to that step.
    Why and how did he get hold of acid from the lab???
    He will need sometime off any school for therapy both from a speciality and his folks. I guess he saw the move on tv or internet and decided to act it out!!
    May God help us raise our children right!!

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  50. Counseling and mind rehabilitation is paramountly inevitable.
    However, the first step to solving this whole thing is expulsion as you dont treat bad egg among good eggs.

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  51. The boy was not expelled stella. The girl was rather coerced by the owner of the school into writing a statement that she provoked the boy and pushed him to Do that. The boy is still in school and the school is trying to cover up the case.

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  52. An Anon asked a valid question few weeks ago on SP and I understand it now.
    "How come Dora the Explorer wins most of the contests and competitions she goes for"

    Valid point. How and when do we teach our kids how to cope with failure?
    How do you pressurize your child at home? Who do you compare them to?
    Sometimes Parents ask their sons why a 'Girl' is the best in their class.
    I remember this Movie :Akeelah and the Bee. A very smart Asian boy was bullied mercilessly by his dad because he wanted him to be the best in a very unhealthy way.

    This should be an eye opener to us parents.
    I hope the boy gets the help he needs and for the sake of his future, his details should never be posted online.

    He will be fine.. He is not an evil genius,nor a psychopath. With the right guidance and environment,He will turn out great. And yes,it was ideal for him to be expelled,for the sake of the girl,future perpetrators and HIM. ✌️

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  53. Stella, there is a Facebook post by the aunt of the said girl, alleging that the boy is still in the school, he was only given one week suspension and that he is currently writing exams with other pupils. The girl allegedly saw him in the exam hall. the aunt also said the school is trying to cover up the story and shut the mouths of the girl's family. Go and dig up the aunt's facebook post.

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  54. my question is if this child is your son what will you do ?And if the boy is your and the girl is your daughter and it happens in your home what will you do?

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