FCT Police Deploy Officers to Lead British School, Abuja

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In response to viral videos depicting bullying at Lead British International School in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory Police Command has deployed officers to the school premises, as announced Police Public Relations Officer, Josephine Adeh, on Tuesday.
The move comes after alarms were raised by the public regarding the disturbing videos circulating on social media, to which Adeh assured the public that the police are actively investigating the incidents, stating, that the the FCT Police Command is on top of the situation and has deployed seasoned officers to the school premises for investigations and to forestall any possible breakdown of law and order.
Meanwhile, a new video emerged on Tuesday, showing another case of bullying at the same school to which the management of Lead British International School, Abuja, announced in response on Tuesday that an investigation into the matter has been initiated.

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