SUBEB Suspends HIV Positive Teacher For Allegedly Defiling 14 Pupils In Niger

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The State Universal Basic Education Board, (SUBEB) has suspended Alhaji Usman Galadima for allegedly defiling 14 pupils in Niger State.

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Alhaji Usman Galadima

ALL FACTS NEWSPAPER had earlier reported that Galadima, a HIV positive Grade two class teacher of Central Primary School Karabonde, Borgu Local Government Area of Niger state, allegedly defiled 14 pupils of the school.

He had initially denied the allegation and subsequently accepted to have s-exually abused 5 out of the 14 pupils.

Report says the school authority reported the teacher to the social welfare department of Borgu LGA on August 25, 2021.

Afterwards, the Education Secretary of the council visited the school to ascertain the true position of the report and a committee was set up to investigate the matter on August, 27, 2021, where Galadima confessed to the crime.

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Speaking to newsmen on the recent development, the board through its Public Relations Officer, PRO, Idirs Kolo said;

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“The accused is presently with Child Right Protection Agency. We have to move him from Borgu to Minna to save his life from mob action by parents and families of the victims. They are all furious over what he did to their daughters.

“The management of SUBEB has suspended him because, what he did cannot be swept under the carpet by anyone. The state Governor, Alh. Abubakar Sani Bello is not happy with the development.

Meanwhile, the state commissioner of police have ordered for a thorough investigation into the matter.

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