Sylvester Oromoni: Doris Ogala, Comedian Princess, Others Hit Dowen College for Protest, Demand for Justice

Sylvester Oromoni: Doris Ogala, Comedian Princess, Others Hit Dowen College for Protest, Demand for Justice

  • A number of Nigerian celebrities and other people have taken their pains to the gate of Dowen College in Lagos
  • The protesters hit the premises of the school to demand justice for Sylvester Oromoni, who reportedly died after severe torture from his seniors
  • The protesters feel the boy can not just die like that and policemen were on ground to maintain order

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

Nollywood actress, Doris Ogala, spearheaded the protest with female comedian Princess as they demanded the arrest of the people that perpetuated the evil act.

Doris Ogala and Sylvester Oromoni
Doris Ogala, others protest at Dowen college. Credit: @dorisogala @wizkidayo
Source: Instagram

Sylvester was reportedly a victim of intense punishment at the hands of seniors at his school and he died just a few days after as a result of the torture meted out on him.

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The protesters expressed their anger over the sad incident and demanded for Sylvester.

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Doris cried emotionally for the late boy and showed the motherhood side of her. She also dared the policemen at the protest ground to arrest her for crying.

Watch the video below:

Nigerians react to Doris' video

Nigerians have commended the people that came out for the protest and urged others to join them. picked some of the comments, read below:


"Thank you ma. For doing exactly what I would have done if I was in Lagos . God bless you #justiceforslyvester."


"It’s so pathetic #justiceforsylvesterjunior."


"Cried watching this."


"God will bless you and you will not bury your own children."


"Lagos people come out to support this move, remember Sylvester could have been your son or my soul, your cousin or my cousin, your nephew or my nephew."

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Tonto Dikeh moved to tears as she visits Dowen College earlier reported that Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh, joined many others to mourn the death of Sylvester Oromoni.

The actress made sure she celebrated Sylvester's 12th birthday despite his death.

Tonto had a note, flowers, and a teddy bear taken to Dowen College school gate on Sylvester's birthday.


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