Parent appealing for help after school refuses to release sick daughter for treatment
A parent of a student at St. Ann’es Boarding School in Buruburu is appealing for help after she has been denied entry into her daughter’s school to check on the daughter.
The parent who spoke to Ghetto Radio News says that she got a call from a person in the school that her daughter is sick and has been denied treatment by the schools administration.
Speaking to Ghetto Radio news the parent claims that her daughter’s school record shows that she has chest problems and that denying her treament will put her life in danger.
“I first came on Tuesday but the matron refused to let me see my child. Some of the students my daughter was in isolation with, have all been released,” she stated.
“We have been camping here since morning. The only communication we have got from the school is the principal asking us to give her the number of the person who called us,” she stated.
She says that she has visted the school at least two times and has been unable to see her daughter who is allegedly in isolation.
“I just want them to release my daughter for treatment because even a medical report she was admitted with at the school shows that she has a chest problem,” she said.