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‘Football Injuries Don’t Cause That Much Pain’, Mr Macaroni Reacts To Graphic Photo Of 12-Year-Old Dowen Student Beaten To Death

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…My Son Was Tortured For Refusing To Join Cult , Father Of Late Student Breaks Silence

Instagram comedian cum activist, Mr Macaroni has reacted to the death of Sylvester Junior, a 12-year-old who was allegedly beaten to death for refusing to succumb to pressure by fellow students to join a cult.

Recall that Sylvester Junior, a 12-years-old boy was allegedly beaten to death at a Lagos school for refusing to join a cult.

According to Perrie, an uncle to the 12-year-old boy, via the microblogging platform, Twitter, his cousin until his death was a student of Dowen college in Lagos State.

The school, Dowen college denied the allegations, claiming that the deceased sustained injuries while playing football and was given immediate medical attention by the school’s resident nurse.

Cousin of Sylvester Junior, Perrie, then released the video on his conditions before he passed on.

12-year-old Slyvester was visibly wincing in excruciating pain in the video that was shared.

Reacting, to the video, Mr Macaroni sympathized with the family of Sylvester.

He also called out the school, revealing that football injuries don’t cause that much pain.

He wrote; ‘‘I deeply sympathize with the family of Sylvester Oromoni. I just saw the video that was recorded before the died. He couldn’t move, mouth swollen, teeth bleeding.. Football injuries don’t cause that much pain! Dowen college, there are a lot of questions begging to be answered.”

Meanwhile, the father of the late 12-year-old student of Dowen College, Sylvester Oromoni, has stated that his son was bullied and fed with a chemical substance by his fellow students.

But in an interview with TheCable, the father of the late student dismissed the claims made by the school management, saying that his son was actually bullied and beaten to a pulp for not joining a cult group in the school.

He also alleged that his late son was fed a liquid substance for refusing to join the group, adding that his son suffered liver enlargement due to congealed blood.

Oromoni said: “They even released a press statement. Was the principal there when the boy played the said football game? Can they identify who he played with? Where was the housemaster when he was playing it? The woman too is confused. Clearly, she’s trying to protect the school’s image. But a mother of children wants to hide the truth?”

The bereaved added that his 12-year-old son died in a hospital while receiving treatment for multiple internal injuries allegedly sustained in the hands of his fellow boys.

He stated that the five suspects had earlier bullied his son and collected all his foodstuffs and clothes. Oromoni added that he reported to the school but nothing was done.

The bereaved submitted that his late son said the five boys had barged into his room, put off the lights, and beat him up in the presence of other students.

Speaking in a muffled tone, he said: “My son suffered. His birthday is next tomorrow (Dec 4). I’ll celebrate it. I’ll have a cake baked. I’ll cut it on his behalf. The boys they mentioned were also reported to the school last term when they bullied Junior and collected all his foodstuffs; clothes. I have two daughters, one of whom earlier graduated. I had to remove the second after this incident. They asked this boy to describe the sister’s privates and this got to us.

“They put fear in him so much so that, when you ask him, he might keep to himself and say, ‘they will kill me’. This way, we didn’t know what to do. I considered removing him reconsidered since his sisters were still in the school. The new incident came to my knowledge on November 21st after the school called my wife to notify us that our son was in the school clinic, injured. My senior son, who was to make a London trip, came to see us in Warri,” he said.

“The next day, we sent a family friend to help pick up our son since he was the only person in Lagos and take him to the hospital. When he got there, he panicked, pointing out that he doubts it’s a football injury as the school claimed. He said the boy couldn’t stand because his waist was bent and swollen along with one side of his belly. His mouth was black. I asked, ‘is this really a football injury?’ He was taken to my house in Lagos but couldn’t sleep at night.

“I asked my eldest to fly to Lagos on November 24 while I took a trip to Asaba, from where I’d also make for Lagos. On getting there, he screamed. ‘This is beyond football injury. Come to Lagos now,’ he told me over the phone.”

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I am not Afraid of Anybody – Kanayo O.Kanayo Speaks About the country’s Hardship

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Nollywood Actor, Anayo Modestus Onyekwere popularly known as Kanayo O.Kanayo Has stated that the Challenges and Plight Of Nigeria are disheartening.

The Lawyer disclosed this in an interview with Chudeity Jideonwo.
He also stated that he is not Afraid of anybody.

“I’d be stupid, at my age, to be afraid of anybody, I am not afraid of anybody.

“It breaks my heart to say. I just finished a meeting Like 30 minutes ago before I came for this Program, and I told them that getting old in this country is not anything to be praying again, because since we were born, wave been struggling with no electricity, no this, and that and so on. And the Work case scenario now is you go to school, make a first-class, then go and work for somebody who failed.

60 is not old age. I’m more vibrant now than I was at 40. But the thing is, when I look at what is happening around me, it makes my heart bleed. You ask yourself, what will happen to my son who is in his Twenties in the next 10 years? No, it’s quite sad and disheartening.- He said

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Empress Is Not My Friend, She’s My Sister – Actress Ada Ameh Eulogizes Friend

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Nollywood actress Ada Ameh has eulogized her best friend Empress Njamah as she refers to her as her sister.

During an interview with TCV’s “Your View”, The Johnson’s cast, Ada Ameh disclosed the relationship she has with the actress. According to her, she’s more than a colleague and friend to her.

Ada Ameh and Empress Njamah are very close friends. The bond between the two women is unexplainable. They have been spotted together on different occasions. When Ada Ameh lost her daughter, Empress was seen all around her consoling and making sure she is fine.

Ada Ameh expressed appreciation to her colleagues who have been supporting her since the demise of her daughter.

She said: “Empress isn’t my friend, she is my sister. We have known each other for 23 years. We are family friends. She is always there for me. She recently came to visit me when the voice note leaked and we talked, prayed and she encouraged me.”

“They have been beautiful, like last year, when Empress and my guy did a surprise birthday, they called me, gave me gifts and money including Funke Akindele, Ini Edo, Iyabo Ojo…. I can’t start mentioning names. My colleagues and executive producer on the Johnsons were there for me, even when I wasn’t around for filming for three months, they were paying me“.

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“It Is Such A Big Deal”, Actress Funke Akindele Finally Breaks Silence Amid Separation From Husband, JJC Skillz

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Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele has made her official return to social media to celebrate herself.

Since yesterday, congratulatory messages has been pouring in for the “Omo Ghetto Saga” actress who got an invitation to be a member of Oscar Awards.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had extended invitations to 397 distinguished artists and executives to join the organization in 2022. Membership selection was based on professional qualifications, with an ongoing commitment to representation, inclusion and equity.

This year’s class of invitees included 71 Oscar nominees, including 15 winners.

Funke Akindele alongside director, producer and writer Blessing Egbe, actor Daniel K Daniel, and Nigerian-born motion picture practitioner – Europe-based filmmaker Newton Aduaka, made the list of 397 members invited to join the Oscars as voting members both for the nominees and eventual winners.

Making an official statement, Funke Akindele rejoiced over getting an invitation as member of the Academy award.

She noted how it was such a big deal for her to be honored with the prestigious invite.

Taking to her Instagram page, Funke wrote, “Wow!!! I’m so happy getting an invitation as a member of THE ACADEMY OF MOTION PICTURE ARTS AND SCIENCES (class of 2022) under the category of ACTORS, is such a BIG DEAL. Thank you @theacademy @realchiomaude I’m so honored!!”.

Recall that Funke Akindele Bello had been serenaded with lots of love from Nigerians who were glad about her big feat in politics.

Funke Akindele added a great feat to her numerous achievements as she delved into politics.

The “Jenifa Diary” actress had been nominated as PDP Deputy for Lagos Governship Candidate.

The Lagos State chapter of the Poeples Democratic Party (PDP) had shortlisted five names as the potential running mate of the party’s governorship candidate, Alhaji Abdulaziz Olajide Adediran who is popularly addressed as Jandor.

In a video which made rounds, the actress was seen in a car as street urchins serenaded her car chanting her praises.

They could be heard singing, “You are a winner”.

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