Welcome To Ghana's No.1 Entertainment Hub

The Death of Sylvester Oromoni Is Going To Test The Nigerian Criminal Justice System – Djinee

Djinee, a Nigerian singer, has advocated for justice to be served in the killing of Sylvester Oromoni, claiming that the case will put the Nigerian criminal justice system, as well as the image of the rich, elites, and politicians, to the test.

An 11-year-old Dowen college student named Sylvester Oromoni died after being allegedly tormented and mistreated by his classmates. His killing has generated a nationwide uproar, with many people, including celebrities, calling for the arrest and prosecution of all those involved in his death.

READ ALSO: ”Abroad Would Be Hot For Them, Sylvester’s Spirit Will Haunt Them”- Mrs Okezie Tackles Parents Who Flew Their Kids Abroad After They Were Accused Of Torturing Late Sylvester

Because of the international exposure that Sylvester’s horrible death has garnered, Djinee believes that the issue should not be pushed under the rug, regardless of who is involved, because the Nigerian criminal justice system is been monitored now.

He wrote: 

The death of 13yr old Sylvester Oromoni is going to test the Nigerian criminal justice system. The image of the rich, elites & politicians VS humanity, truth & justice.

The school had quickly taken a position similar to that which the govt took during the EndSars protest probably to save face & because of the calibre of students involved.

All animals maybe be equal but some are more equal than others in Nigeria, in our neighborhoods, churches & mosques, offices, schools and unfortunately, Sylvester wasn’t equal enough.

He must get justice but even I know that will be an uphill task. R.I.P soldier & happy 13yrs old posthumous birthday. A battle for the soul of Nigeria is on!

Source; Ghgossip.com

Source: CelebritiesbuzzGh | The Death of Sylvester Oromoni Is Going To Test The Nigerian Criminal Justice System – Djinee