Chrisland Schools have reportedly demanded a fresh autopsy, barely 24 hours after the late Whitney Adeniran was buried.
Whitney Adeniran’s mother cried to the public after the school demanded another autopsy to confirm the allegations against the institution.
The agonized mother disclosed this update to the public via her Instagram story.
She claimed the school had called the police for a repeat autopsy and planned to exhume her daughter’s body.
“CHRISLAND!!! Play all your games!!! They just called the police that they wanted a repeat autopsy.
“They want to exhume my daughter’s body for another butchering. These people are a bunch of jokers.
“Chrisland, you had your own private pathologist at that autopsy examination ooo. He gave you the report, for you to even think of doing this is pure evil.
“May Jehovah’s anger rise hit against you.
“If this is your plot to frustrate me, then get ready to lose, because you have failed!!!”
Whitney Adeniran was finally laid to rest on the 2nd of march, 2023.
The deceased’s parents were unconsolable when they sighted their daughter’s coffin.
Also, parents and friends of the deceased were present to comfort the mother on the demise of her first child.
Whitney Adeniran’s mother reveals how her daughter died
A few hours ago, it was reported that Whitney Adeniran’s parents revealed the cause of their 12-year-old daughter’s death.
In a teary Instagram live video, the late Whitney Adeniran’s mother disclosed that her daughter died through electrocution. This, according to her, was based on an autopsy report.
The bereaved thanked everyone for their tireless support, calls and messages during her hard times.
In the video, she said, “I want to thank everyone for your support, your calls and messages have helped us go through this very difficult period.
“The autopsy result is out, and Desola was electrocuted. My daughter died of electrocution. I have been subjected to trauma for the past two weeks. Tomorrow will make it three weeks my baby died. The school made me think I was cr#zy They started pushing the narrative of she was sick; she was sickly. They sent letters and publications out…”