Deeper Life School Principal And Other Accused Persons Remanded In Prison Custody Over Alleged Molestation Of Student, Don Davis

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The principal of the Deeper Life High School has been reportedly remanded into prison custody following reports that a student identified as Don Davis was allegedly molested and abused.

You could recall that Deborah Okezie, Don Davis’ mother, used a Facebook live broadcast to criticize the school’s management. She described how her son went to the boarding house as a plump kid and came home virtually a corpse as a result of suspected s3xual abuse and other bad treatment by some of the institution’s senior pupils and personnel.

Deborah provided information on the case, saying that a court had remanded the school principal, vice-principal, housemasters, and others in prison custody. She also disclosed that the judge ruled that the two accused juveniles would be tried in a Juvenile Family Court, while the other five defendants would be tried in an open court.

She wrote; 

BREAKING NEWS: DEEPER LIFE HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL, NDIDI SOLOMON AND OTHER ACCUSED PERSONS INVOLVED IN DON-DAVIS ARCHIBONG’S MOLESTATION AND ABUSED CASE REMANDED IN PRISON CUSTODY:

Today, all the suspects were arraigned afresh at the State High Court 7 Uyo and were asked to be rema nded in the prison Custody with stiff bail conditions. So, the 5 of them, the Principal Ndidi Solomon, the Vice Principal, the wicked House masters, Akpan and others apart from the 2 minors were ordered to be detained in the prison custody until they met their bail conditions. Their lawyers were running up and down and cold caught all of them when the Judge gave the ruling. Further more, after a lengthy argument that lasted for about 3hrs, the judge ruled that the 2 accused minors, Old and Shalom will be tried at the Juvenile family Court, while the other 5 accused persons will be tried in the open Court where everyone shall see them.

The matter has just began, with a different tone of music.

Don Davis: Deeper Life School Principal and other accused persons remanded in prison custody

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