Lagos police representative, Benjamin Hundeyin unveiled that a few individuals from staff of the school and the club have been captured.
The Lagos state police is investigating conditions that prompted the suffocating of a student of Redeemers Nursery and Primary School, Ogba in Lagos during a swimming example coordinated by the school in Ikeja region of the state.
Chidera Eze, it was accumulated, slipped into the pool while he and different understudies were playing during the excursion on Monday.
The departed’s dad Anthony said on Wednesday that instructors and guardians who drove the students for the swimming example at the Ivory Health Club, Ogundana Street, Ikeja didn’t realize he fell into the water until he suffocated.
Anthony asserted that CCTV film uncovered that his child was in the pool for more than 30 minutes before he passed on, adding that his child’s carcass was found by someone else, who came to swim in the pool.
“My child was under the water for more than 30 minutes and we were all yelling as we watched the video. One more understudy additionally fell into the water, yet her partners raised the caution and they hauled her out and keeping in mind that this was going on, no one saw my child was inside the water,” he said.
Anthony brought for the equity over the “foolishness” of the school.
Lagos police representative Benjamin Hundeyin let PUNCH know that a few individuals from staff of the school and the club have been captured.
“A careful examination concerning the conditions that prompted the suffocating of the kid is continuous,” he added.
The paper couldn’t get remarks from the representative for the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Olaitan Olubiyi.