Iyabo Ojo fumes over alleged irresponsibility in Whitney Adeniran’s death at Chrisland School

Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo, has publicly criticized Chrisland School following the death of one of its students, Whitney Houston.

The school initially claimed that 12-year-old Whitney had died during an inter-house sports event, stating that she had “slumped and died.”

However, recent reports reveal a different story.

According to Instagram blogger, Gistlover, Whitney was electrocuted while trying to buy popcorn and candy from a vendor at the event.

This information was reportedly shared by other children who were present at the time via audio chat.

In response to this news, Iyabo Ojo called out the school for its irresponsibility and demanded that the truth about Whitney’s death be revealed to her parents.

Iyabo questioned whether Whitney did indeed die from electrocution and why the vendors did not provide child-proof equipment at the event.

She also expressed her disappointment at the school’s apparent disregard for Whitney’s safety and the fact that they sent her mother on a search for her daughter without accompanying her.

Iyabo strongly criticized the school for its lack of accountability and responsibility.

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Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote;

“@chrislandinsta You need to come out & Whitney’s parents the truth about their daughter’s death. The negligence from your school is appalling. There is a WhatsApp audio circulating that she died as a result of electrocution. Can you confirm or deny? Did you not get the vendors at your event to make sure they came with child proof equipment? You knew the child was dead before sending her to a health centre and sent the mother on a wild goose chase to look for her child without accompanying her. The actual audacity to be irresponsible.”

Iyabo Ojo calls out Chrisland School


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