Shalom Omini denies ever molesting a deep schoolboy
One of the students who allegedly harassed and bullied 11-year-old Don Davis Archibong at Deeper Life High School, Idoro, Uyo Akwa Ibom State. Shalom Omoniyi denied the charges against him.
Don-Davis’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iniobong Archibong, through their lawyers, Eagle-Eyes Network Chambers, sent a letter to the school on December 22, 2020, that Shalom and Ola were involved in sexual harassment Don Davis, I oppressed him because he wets the bed at night.
Shalom Omoniyi, a 13-year-old SS1 student and native of Ekiti state, told his version of the story that their host, named Mr. Nseabasi Joseph, asked him and Ola to only help Don. Davis learns to keep himself clean.
Shalom said that Joseph only gave him this job because Don Davis had been his roommate for two weeks.
Her words “Don Davis was my bedmate. I returned to school on November 1, 2020 to meet him as my roommate. But I was told that he was transferred from a dormitory for junior high school students to high school students because Mr. Akpan fell ill and left his apartment on the school grounds.
“We didn’t mistreat him (Ola and I). I didn’t bother him. The manager of the boarding school, Mr. Joseph Nseabasi, has asked us to make sure he is always clean, because when he urinates or piss on himself, he doesn’t clean. And when he smells and we ask him if he defecates, he will say no.
“But when we ask him to lower the boxer and bend over, we find that he has defecated without clearing his anus. Now we ask him to go for a swim or wash. And when we notice that his clothes smell, we tell him to go and wash them, but he will refuse, instead he will go and put the stinking clothes in his closet. “
The underage defendant also said that Don Davis was nevertheless transferred to a junior high school dormitory when Akpan returned before the school closed on December 19, 2020.
He also showed it Don Davis may be angry that they (he and Ola) did not do what Mr. Akpan did for him before he got sick, noting: “Mr. Akpan washed his clothes, washed his clothes. It also helps him to brush his teeth.
“Mr. Akpan returned to school before closing on December 19, 2020. When he returned, Don Davis was also transferred to his former dormitory. He was transferred to the senior dormitory because when Mr. Akpan fell ill, there was no boarding instructor in the junior dormitory. He was transferred from our hostel on November 15th. “
He also said that when Don Davis was in his dorm, the nurse came at 6:30 am to give him his medication every day on an empty stomach.
When asked if the school punished him and Ola for bullying and harassment of Don-Davis’s anus, he answered in the negative.
“Don Davis pointed out to the headmaster (Mrs. Ndidi Solomon, already suspended) that Ola and I were intimidating him, pointing out:“ The headmaster invited us into his office and said he would punish us. Even when we tried to explain something to her, she refused to listen. But she did not punish us “
For his part, the accused student’s father, Mr. Olusegun Omoniyi, a resident of Uyo, the capital of Akwa Ibom state, said that since JSS1 accepted his son to this school, he has not received any bad reports from the school. regarding his behavior.
Mr. Omoniyi said that he was therefore surprised when Shalom, his son, was mentioned in the Don-Davis case.
He explained that even when the director, Ms Solomon, contacted him and said that he would punish her son, she did not tell him about the boy’s crime.
“So when I saw this story and my son’s alleged involvement, I decided to call my son and ask him why he was bullying and molesting the boy, but he said he didn’t.
“I cannot force my son to lie. And last Thursday, I also gave him permission to report to the police. And tomorrow (Tuesday) we will go to the police station again to continue the case.
“I don’t worry at all, because I believe that my son is telling the truth, and I know that the truth will prevail, no matter how long it takes. In fact, this whole story is too superficial for me to believe it, ”said Omoniyi.
Source: – Vanguard