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|School Reacts To Death Of Corper's Baby In Lagos Creche by TheHeat: 9:56am On Nov 08, 2017|
The management of Easy Lander Children School in Lagos has reacted to the death of one of the children in its Creche section saying that media reports of circumstances that led to the child's death is untrue.
Some online publications had reported that the baby whose mother is a National Youth Service Corp, NYSC member died in the school after she was fed by a Nanny.
Reacting to what it called false online publications, the school in a statement dated November 7, 2017 stated that the baby died in the hospital and not within the school premises as widely reported.
Narrating the circumstance that led to the death of the baby, the school said: " The baby in question was brought to the Crèche section of our school by her mother on 26th October, 2017. She was received by the Nanny and assistant Nanny on duty with her food pack. Following set guidelines, the Nanny fed her at about 9am with the food packed by her mother.
"When the baby started playing with toys, the Nanny left her to attend to other babies. Shortly after, the assistant Nanny noticed some signs of discomfort with the baby and notified the Nanny. As the baby was jerking intermittently, the Nanny immediately contacted the baby’s mother who promptly instructed that her baby be taken to Faith City Hospital in Ajao Estate. The school Proprietress who was away for official purpose was also contacted.
"On getting to the hospital the nurses on duty requested to see the mother of the baby, since she was not accompanied by her mother. The Nanny had no option but to wait with the baby until her mother arrived. Upon taking the baby in after the arrival of her mother, she was later pronounced dead.
"Though shocked, the baby’s parents accepted their fate and decided to bury their daughter same day. They were accompanied to the burial ground by the school Proprietress and the school driver."
"The proprietress and her family and some staff also paid condolence visit to the bereaved family on Sunday 30thOctober, 2017.
"The school was also closed for 3 days, 1st – 3rd November, 2017 in honor of the late baby.
"Ordinarily, we would have insisted on an autopsy to ascertain the real cause of the baby’s death, but we choose to respect the wishes of her parents who have since buried her.
"Though the incident was formerly reported at Ajao Estate Police Station, some unidentified men and women later stormed the school premises, grabbed the Nanny and beat her thoroughly.
"The Police are currently investigating the matter and we believe that justice will be served.
"We are compelled to make these clarifications to set the record straight and stop widespread misinformation been spread by mischievous elements who we believe have ulterior motives.
"Our Crèche is duly registered with the Lagos State Government and we adhere to strict rules and guidelines stipulated by the government in the state.
"Our staff are carefully selected, well trained and motivated to get the best out of them.
"Since our establishment in 2013, our children and pupils population has steadily been on the increase. This is due to our adherence to quality standards. During this period, we have recorded no sad incident within the school. Our continuous engagements with parents have also helped us to improve our services.
"While we recognize the role of the media to inform the public about events and occurrences within and outside the country, we employ those saddled with this sacred role, to carry it out with the utmost sense of responsibility. In this time of grieve, our heartfelt condolence and prayers are with the family of the late baby. We will continue to pray for them and hope that God will bless them with another child."
|Re: School Reacts To Death Of Corper's Baby In Lagos Creche by christejames(m): 10:02am On Nov 08, 2017|
And it took you guys eons of age to come up with your defense? something smell fishy.
|Re: School Reacts To Death Of Corper's Baby In Lagos Creche by Nobody: 10:04am On Nov 08, 2017|
May the cuties soul REST IN PERFECT PEACE.
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