Ughegbe is on a mission to demolish our institution – Premiere academy


…my school tried to bribe me – Ughegbe

Mr Kayode Akintunde, a director of Premiere Academy Abuja, has praised the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) for probing the circumstances surrounding Karen Happuch’s death, calling it a “good step.”

“The decision of the “NHRC” to take over the investigation into the Karen Happuch rape case is a welcome development because it is becoming clearer that the leader of the center for gender based violence respondents, Mr Lemmy Ughegbe, is more interested in destroying the Premiere Academy than what he professes,” he said.

“We are mourning the death of one of our students and are looking for ways to unravel the circumstances that led to her death so that the perpetrator can be identified and punished, but Mr Ughegbe just came in, berating the school administration, the police, and the DSS, and even alleging that armed thugs came to his house, threatening his and his family’s lives.”

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“No one is thrilled about the unfortunate incident,” Akintunde added, “but when I learned that Mr Ughegbe also operates a school in our neighborhood here in Lugbe, I questioned if this man should understand how the management feels when something like this happens.” Is he trying to demolish the school so that he can expand his own? “Do you have to destroy people in order to grow?”

Ughegbe “labeled the school as a den of rapists, with the school authority covering the criminals,” he claimed, but how can one construct such a high-profile school and engage in such immoral behavior?

“Our goal here is to develop trustworthy future leaders. Mr Ughegbe should fear God, this blackmail is more than enough.” Premiere Academy has produced remarkable people who are flourishing in their many fields of endeavor over the past 15 years.

Ughegbe was instructed by Akintunde to “present the NHRC with whatever evidence he has.” Stop going from one television station to the next in his new celebrity status and the financial rewards that may come with it, and let the law take its course, with the perpetrator revealed and punished.”

Ughegbe, on the other hand, denied the allegations, claiming that the school offered him a bribe, which he declined.

However, in an exclusive interview with Blueprint, the licensed CSO advocate refuted the claim, stating that it is his responsibility to be concerned about children’s issues.

During the interview, Mr. Ughegbe, the founder of the Men Against Rape Foundation and Making a Difference Initiatives, offered his side of the tale.

He claimed that the school administration attempted to bribe him through one Mr Wale Daudu in order to bury the issue, but that he turned down the offer, preferring that the poor girl be given justice.

“Wale was ordered to ask him to name my award in order to halt the planned gathering to demand justice for the victim,” Ughegbe alleged.

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