By Our Reporter
Lubiri High School has allegedly accepted that the students that were filmed “dancing” on a bus were their own.
In a statement circulating on social media, the school says this was just a mere dance that is part of its co-curriculum activities.
“As Lubiri High School, we take a stand on the actions taken in the video to be just a mere dance of which is part of the school’s co-curriculum activities,” part of the statement reads.
Earlier, the school had distanced itself from the actions since the bus in which the actions happened belonged to Midland High School.
“There is a video circulating on social media involving misconduct of some students on a school bus. Lubiri High School, however, strongly distances itself from it and any involvement there to.” Lubiri High School wrote.
In the latest statement, it accepts that the schools belong to them and apologizes to Midland High School for misusing their bus.
“As Lubiri High School, however, we apologize to Midland High School where we hired the School Bus and to the public at large for the alleged misconduct.” The School wrote.
The incident has since raised dust on the internet sparking debates on whether it’s the responsibility of the school or the parents to discipline the children.
The statement has since been seen as fake by onlookers