Monday, 14 March 2016

2 Pupils Thrown Out Of Moving Bus In Lagos


Two pupils of New Vine International School, Mushin, Lagos, were flung out of a moving bus driven by the Proprietor, Mr. Ekezie Augustine, at Costain Roundabout, on their way from the National Theatre, Iganmu. He said “the children were over-excited and uncontrollable before the incident happened.” About three teachers were reportedly with the children in the bus on the said day.

According to school’s Principal, the affected pupils, Seunfunmi Oseni, 4, and Amira Otegbola, 6, were among the 20 that embarked on the journey. The children were rushed to Brickfield Medical Centre, at Ademuyiwa Road, Ebute Metta, but were referred to Foremost Radiology, Ogunlana Drive, Surulere, for brain scan before further treatment. 

According to an official of Brickfield, “the boy, Seunfunmi, sustained a lot of bruises on his head and leg. He has not walked since he was brought here. We feared he has injured his legs too. He is always folding it and he preferred to be carried.” Further investigations revealed that the school was not registered with the authorities in Lagos and it had just relocated to its new address in Mushin. However, the Principal said certification of the school was being processed.