Entertainment News

‘The emotions I feel for you right now is pity because Karma is beautiful’ Tonto Dikeh blasts Sanwo-Olu, Lami Phillips

Tonto Dikeh and SANWO-oLU

Controversial Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh has reacted to the report that the late 12-year-old student of Dowen College Sylvester Oromoni died a natural death.

On Friday, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosuon, said Sylvester Oromoni died from natural causes.

Odumosu told journalists that police investigations revealed that the deceased student was not taken to the hospital for treatment after being removed from the school’s sickbay about ten days before his death.

Reacting to this, Tonto Dikeh, in a post shared on her Instagram page, questioned what happened to the first autopsy result, which was shared online and when it has become the duty of the police commissioner to interpret autopsy results.

Tonto Dikeh also expressed disappointment at the Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and singer Lami Philips.

In her words: This is the height of injustice in MY COUNTRY NIGERIA..
What happened to the first Autopsy that was shared online?
It was stated he died of Acute Lung Injury due to Chemical Intoxication in a background of blunt force Trauma. There are ro many information in the first Autopsy that isn’t in the second one.

Why was the case not tried in court to determine who is guilty or not ? Is Nigeria police now the court of law
Is it now the Job of a commissioner of Police to intepret an Autopsy Result.

@lagostategoverment I am disappointed
@dowencollegelagos I am disguised at the fact that you are a school out for money alone but not for the children(I said this before una luck that you met a calm mother)
@lamiphillips the emotions I feel for you right now is PITY because Karma is beautiful , DISAPPOINTED at the fact that MOTHERS ARENT MOTHERS ANYMORE
And every parent taking their child back to dowen I am sorry for you cause this could be you next…

I am so infuriated

Tonto Dikeh
1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Erhiyo

    January 12, 2022 at 3:39 pm

    Toto Dikeh isn’t wrong at all. It’s really a Big disappointment that the Lagos state government exonerated all the murders, by doing so, you have just encouraged such crimes. Instead of making them pay and let them be examples to others of that category; you chose to let them go. What lesson are teaching them right?? To go on continuous bully? This isn’t fair to a young boy of 12yrs who lost his precious life in the hands of those criminals. But one thing is for sure. NEMESIS!! Or is it KARMA??

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

To Top