A very important Nollywood entertainer/Actor Kanayo O. Kanayo has sent an extremely clear message to the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu over the death of Sylvester Oromoni, a 12-year-old secondary school student of Dowen College, Lagos State.
The demise of Oromoni Jnr has started fomentations from Nigerian famous people, who are requesting equity for the lesser optional school kid.
Oromoni was said to have been tormented and beaten by a fellow student and later kicked the bucket of assumed wounds from the beating.
The school has, nonetheless, kept on denying every one of the charges, expressing that Oromoni was neither tormented nor beaten yet just whined of hip agony in the wake of playing football.
In any case, the casualty’s cousin had overwhelmed online media with photographs and video proof, which verified the way that the 12-year-old was tormented and beaten.
The Lagos State Government has shut the school endlessly, as examinations proceed.
What more? Kanayo, in a video he shared on Instagram on Friday, told the Sanwo-Olu that closing down the school was adequately not the best option.
The actor settled on this decision in a video on his Instagram page which he subtitled, “Dowen school should pay for this #justiceforsylvester.”
“The Governor of Lagos State, our own dear Babajide Sanwo-Olu. After the EndSARS dissent and report, you have one more test on your hands,” he said.
“The instance of the 12-year-old Sylvester – your child – can’t be hidden where no one will think to look. It isn’t sufficient to close down the school.
“Don’t – Your Excellency – Do not permit individuals to assume control over the law. Something ought to be brought to book right away. Much obliged to you, Your Excellency.”
The picture below shows the evidence of the allegation.