Bullying Saga: Mercy Johnson Reveals Why She Will Not Withdraw Her Daughter from Her School
The Nigerian actress Mercy Johnson has revealed why she will not withdraw her daughter, Purity from Chrisland School amid the bullying saga.
Recall that the Nigerian actress had complained about her daughter being bullied by a teacher in the school and was alleged to have beaten up the teacher.
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According to GISTLOVER, Mercy Johnson has been able to reach an understanding with the Chrisland management and advisory board members at its Victoria Garden City branch.
GISTLOVER reports that Mercy Johnson in a statement said; Information Guide Nigeria
Purity had an encounter with a Teacher whose seemingly inflexible approach got her off-balance,”
“We have been able to have a deep, frank conversation with the Chrisland authorities and we have come to a meaningful positive resolution. It is our choice to move forward together as crucial partners. Jamb Result
“We are pleased with their efforts towards ensuring all pupils get an all-round balanced and qualitative learning.
“Chrisland has assured us of their commitment to the bigger picture, which is firmly centered upon being responsive to the fragile emotions of children as well as the valid concerns of parents.”
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