Inside expensive Lekki British International School where tragedy was averted

Lekki British International School – which luckily avoided a tragedy following the sulphuric acid and ethanol mixture poured into an 11 year year old Junior Secondary School 1 student – was established in September 2000.
Its 25-acre campus within Lekki Peninsula Scheme 1 on Victoria Island (Lagos) is on Victoria Arobieke Street, off Admiralty Way.
Its Chief Executive Officer is Ms. Biodun Laja, mother of two grown up sons, who’s a grandmother with decades of experience in education.
With preschool, junior, high and advanced studies arms and first rate facilities, Lekki British International School is one of the most expensive institutions in Nigeria.
Some students pay as high as $20,000 per annum!



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