The proprietress of a school in Edo State allegedly ordered her dog to attack one of her workers over N5000 fraud, injuring her in several places.
Joy Ose Uwadia, the proprietress of Ben Victoria Academy in Benin, allegedly ordered her houseboy to tie up her bursar, one Amedu Faith, before commanding the dog to attack her.
Faith was said to have collected additional #5,000 for enrolment from pupils without the proprietress’ consent.
READ ALSO! NIGERIA’S OLDEST INMATE! Pa Celestine Egbunuche celebrates 100th year birthday in Enugu prison
Amedu made the revelation in a live video made on Facebook by human rights activist, Kola Edokpayi.
She further alleged that Uwadia held her hostage for 13 days, adding that her family paid the proprietress N129,000 to secure her release.
Giving details in another post, the activist said:
“A Proprietress in Benin ordered her dog to attack her Bursar for collecting additional #5,000 for enrolment without her consent.
One Amedu Faith, the former Bursar of Ben Victoria Academy, has cried out for justice as She lamented that her former Proprietress Mrs. locked her in a room for thirteen days and ordered her houseboy to tie her with rope and thereafter beaten mercilessly.
As if that was not enough, the same Proprietress of Ben Victoria Academy allegedly instructed one of his workers to release her Alsatian Dog who inflicted conspicuous injury on her breast.
She stated that the woman maltreated her because she collected additional #5,000 from JSS 3 students for enrolment without the Proprietress consent and that the sum of #129,000 was paid to the Proprietress by her family before she was released from captivity. We are seriously on the matter to ensure justice for Miss Amedu Faith.”