‘No student was raped under our watch’ — Chrisland reacts to sex scandal


The authorities of Chrisland School have finally reacted to the sex tape scandal involving its students in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

In a statement by Akin Fadeyi, member of Chrisland advisory board, the school said no rape or pregnancy test was carried out on any of the pupils as widely claimed.

The statement also countered that there was no rape involved in the infamous sex scandal.

“We are proud to reassure our stakeholders that no rape of anyone or the administration of a pregnancy test on any child took place on our watch,” he said.

“For emphasis, only a COVID post travel test was conducted on the returning delegation of our students, in compliance with COVID-19 travel protocols, at the Life Centre Medical Services on March 21, 2022 at School Hall, Opebi.

“This was through the nose swab test as consistent with COVID-19 health protocols. We trust that this can be verified at the source provided. To insinuate that a pregnancy test was carried out on a student, for whatever reason therefore, is a highly unfortunate conjecture.”

Fadeyi said 76 students had been enlisted for the Dubai trip, while 71 of that figure had abided by its code of conduct.

The board member also said male and female students had been kept seven floors apart in the hotel where they lodged in Dubai.

Fadeyi disclosed that disciplinary actions had been dealt against the remaining five students who flouted its pre-set rules.