- Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has reacted to Sylvester Oromoni of Dowen College’s death following alleged bullying
- The movie star noted that she was also a victim of bullying and she repeated a semester in school because of it
- Halima proceeded to say there are bullies in the Nollywood industry and promised to expose them all
Popular Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar, has taken to social media to lament about being bullied after the news of Dowen College’s Sylvester Oromoni’s death.
The movie star went online to demand an arrest to be made in Sylvester's case as she noted that bullies are everywhere.
Explaining further, Halima disclosed that she was also a victim of bullying and that even if the school is government-owned, justice needs to be served.
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“I pray an arrest has been made by today. When I talk about bullies, believe me they are everywhere. No one is safe, in their hatred. We are now adult still, not much is done. Young Sylvester s death will be the last.
"I am a survivor of bullying. Trust me even if a governor own the school. Justice must be served.”
There are bullies in Nollywood
Also in her post, Abubakar shared her sad experience as a victim and disclosed that it led to her repeating a semester in her school, BUK.
The actress noted that bullies were also present in Nollywood and that she was going to name them.
In her words:
“Look even in Nollywood we have bullies and i will name them all. I repeated a semester in BUK because of bullies.”
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Internet users react
Legit.ng has gathered some comments from fans in reaction to Halima Abubakar’s revelation. Read below:
“At this point, it’s #JusticeForEverybody.”
“Even bullies will come here and comment say no to bullies … social media is just a concept of hypocrisy.”
“I'm sure Asaba Kim Kardashian will be in that list.”
“We have bullies everywhere!”
Hand bullies over to authorities - Tana Adelana tells Lami Phillips
Nigerian actress, Tana Adelana, has spoken up about the tragedy at Dowen College after a 12-year-old student, Sylvester Oromoni, died.
The young boy reportedly gave up the ghost after suffering at the hands of seniors at his school who bullied him.
In reaction to the news, Tana Adelana called out her celebrity colleague, Lami Phillips, who is said to be the director of Student and External Affairs, at Dowen College.