Talent manager, Ubi Franklin, has taken to social media to call out his colleagues who have remained silent over the death of a 12-year-old, Sylvester Oromoni.
The 12-year-old was a student of Dowen College who died after allegedly suffering from injuries he sustained after being attacked by his seniors in school.
Franklin, in a series of tweets on his Twitter page, tongue-lashed those who have remained silent because the owner of the school is well known to them.
He wrote: “I know some of my colleagues or Abi some celebrities will not speak up about this “dowen college” Matter because one of our colleague is the owner of the school. I have been watching y’all pages and I know she is very close to you, yes you. Say something now,”
“She might see our rage on your page. We are talking about a 12 year old here, what if this boy were to be your son? This madness from schools need to STOP.”
However, some celebrities have risen up to speak against the death of the young boy and demand justice for his family.
Oromoni was admitted to a Lagos hospital on Friday, November 26, 2021, following the attack and confirmed dead on Tuesday, November 30.
The school has since been shut down by the Lagos State government.