SAD: How HIV Positive Teacher Allegedly Defiled 14 Pupils In Niger

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A grade 2 class teacher, Alhaji Usman Galadinma have allegedly defiled 14 pupils of Central Primary School, Karabonde, in Borgu Local Government Area of Niger State.

The teacher was said to have asked the pupils to come to school early where he s-exually abuse, and threatens to kill them if they open up.

Alhaji Usman Galadima

Two of the victims reported their ordeal to the school headmistress, Hajiya Maimunat Tanko who in turn reported to the headmaster, Mallam Abdullahi Toure.

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Galadima was said to have denied abusing the pupils even as more pupils continued to report him.

A delegation from the traditional head of Karabonde came to the school complaining that some pupils of grade 2 and 3 have complained to their parents on how Galadima molested them.

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The suspect thereafter confessed to assaulting five out of the 14 pupils. However, a test result showed that he is HIV positive. The allegedly abused pupils were reportedly tested as well, but some of their families claimed that the hospital refused to release the test result to them as they only prescribed drugs to their children.

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