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Some Of My Colleagues Will Not Speak Because One Of Us Owns The School — Music Executive, Ubi Franklin

Some Of My Colleagues Will Not Speak Because One Of Us Owns The School — Music Executive, Ubi Franklin

Nigerian music executive, Ubi Franklin has waded into the sad news about the death of the 12-year-old boy, Sylvester Oromoni.

The young boy, Sylvester was reportedly brutalised by his colleagues for refusing to join their cult. Oromoni died on 30 November after a week of ill-health, said to have arisen initially from an injury sustained on the football pitch.

On Wednesday, Perrison, Sylvester’s cousin disclosed the news of his death on Twitter and fingered the school for overlooking the killing.

A series of tests and X-rays showed that Sylvester sustained internal injuries from severe beating therefore his demise on Tuesday, his cousin revealed.

Reacting to this, Ubi Franklin blurted that he knows some of his colleagues and celebrities will not speak on this matter because of one of them is the owner of the school the deceased attended.

@callmhiediesun; `Lami phillips father owns the school Her mother owns Keystone college in lagos

@fheytii wrote; `Nigerians don’t understand it can happen to anyone 😢 it could have been anyone’s little brother

@enechelsea; `What’s all the coded talks about. If you want to mention the name just mention it

@elizaaking3; `Celebrity isonu…Have been watching some of these so called celebrity keeping mute since xday…Una Dey claim busy abi? We will wait until it happens to u..

Source:Ghgossip.com

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