Sylvester Oromoni’s death: ‘I’m sad as a mother’ Actress Toyin Abraham calls Governor Sanwo-Olu to do the needful

Following the death of Sylvester Oromoni, a 12-year-old Dowen College pupil, Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has urged Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu to take appropriate action.

In a post shared on her Instagram page, Toyin Abraham questioned why they would beat a child in such a manner to the point of death.

Toyin Abraham said looking at the deceased pictures makes her sad, expressing displeasure on how a handsome, healthy boy would die because of the wickedness of his peers.

According to Toyin Abraham, the incident saddens her heart as a mother, human being and a Nigeria, adding that many young people are dying in Nigeria.

She wrote: How do you beat a child to the point of death? How do you wake up to the reality that the ‘living’ child you sent to school is returning to you as a corpse? Governor Sanwoolu @jidesanwoolu@lasgeducation please do the needful. People need to start talking. Dowen College need to do better than that terse release.

Looking at this picture above made me really sad. How can this healthy and handsome boy be dead because of wickedness of his peers? Who is rasing these monsters in most boarding houses? Where are the officials employed to look after these boys? I am sad as a mother, I am sad as human being and I am sad as a Nigerian. Why are too many young people dying, especially in this country.

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