#JusticeforDonDavis: School Authority Responds to Allegations
Nigerians are demanding justice for Don Davis Archibong, the 11-year-old Deeper Life High School student who was allegedly molested in school.
Deborah Okezie, mother of the JSS1 student who was allegedly molested in his boarding school in Uyo, says he now suffers trauma following months of the alleged abuse.
In a recent update, she said he experiences nightmares and regularly jumps up from sleep suddenly.
Earlier, the mum who is seeking justice for her son gave an initial update, claiming she was intimidated after she was summoned by the Commissioner for Education for further investigation.
She said her phone was seized and she was confronted for going live on Facebook to give an update about her son. She cried out and said if anything happens to her, she wants Nigerians to know who to hold responsible
The management of the Deeper Life High School in Akwa Ibom state has vowed not to cover up any immoral act perpetrated in the school even as it investigates the alleged sexual abuse of one of its students, Don Davis Achibong.
Deborah Okezie, mother of Don Davis has been on social media for about a week now, calling on Nigerians to help her get justice for her son. She alleged that there is a plan to cover-up the story by the authorities of the school and the state government.
In a video posted online on Tuesday December 29, the Education Secretary of the school, Thelma Malaka, said the alleged act of sexual abuse is currently being investigated by the state government and the police. Malaka said the school will in no way cover up any act of immorality and that it will ensure that justice prevails.