Focus your energy on Sylvester, not Kemi Olunloyo, Tonto Dikeh tells Nigerians

Tonto Dikeh

Actress Tonto Dikeh has advised Nigerians to focus on getting justice for the late Sylvester Oromoni and ignore the words of blogger and media personality Kemi Olunloyo concerning the matter.

In a series of videos shared on Instagram on Monday, the actress said Nigerians should not allow the shenanigans of Kemi to make them digress from focusing on Sylvester who was allegedly bullied by his schoolmates.

“Every time we come out to fight for a cause, attentions are divided, fights break out. It turns into a war please go back to the drawing board and fight for justice for what is hurting us. Why are we fighting, If someone said something that is wrong, ignore her, Its, not every dog that barks that you throw stones at, we should be speaking to the lawyers rather coming online to fight. We fighting ourselves over what someone said about the boy is taking away the focus, just ignore her do not let someone put words in your mouth.

“I am not here in support of Kemi I don’t care about her but I don’t have to have an opinion, I distance myself from people that are not worthy to be around. This is not me defending her No, I would never in my life do that, This is just to bring our attention back. So don’t think I’m here scared of Kemi I am just saying let’s not digress from the issue,” she said in the videos.

Meanwhile, the law firm of Femi Falana, which is representing the Oromoni family over the death of their son Sylvester Oromoni, has asked the Lagos State Police Command to invite blogger and social media personality, Kemi Olunloyo, to explain the allegation she made against Oromoni who was a student of Dowen College in Lekki.

The solicitors to the family of the late student accused Ms Olunloyo of attempting to destroy Oromoni’s name on social media by claiming that the late student wanted to join a cult group in the school and had agreed to be beaten and fed engine oil.