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Nigerian actress Doris Ogala & Princess leads celebs at justice for Sylvester Oromoni's protest

Nollywood actress Doris Ogala, alongside her colleagues and other Nigerian women stage a peaceful protest in front of the sealed premises of Dowen College in Lagos state on Wednesday morning, over the death of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni.

Sylvester was allegedly tortured and beaten to death by five boys in the school for refusing to join their cult. The horrific incident has since sparked outrage on social media, with many calling for justice to be served.

The school has been sealed by the Lagos state government

Doris Ogala staged a lone protest in front of the college, In the early hours of today, December 8th.

A video shared on Doris’ Instagram page showed the emotional moment she broke down in tears, while seeking answers to the questions on how Oromoni died and asked a police officer where the arrested suspects are detained.

A number of Nigerian celebrities including Princess have also taken their displeasures to the premises of Dowen College in Lagos state to demand Justice for the late pupil, Sylvester Oromoni.

Celebrities at the protest demanded the arrest of the boys that perpetuated the evil act.

In an interview with Punch, Sylvester's dad alleged that he was a victim of intense punishment at the hands of seniors at his school and he died just a few days after being tortured.

Sylvester Oromoni

Doris Ogala



My view: I wonder the types of breast-milk that these alleged 5 criminals, murderers/terrorists were fed with when they were babies, maybe scorpion and snake venoms. I don't get how their parents sleep well under the same roof knowing full well that they have a murderer at home.


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