Don Davis Archibong, the 11 year-old who was allegedly molested at Deeper Life High school may be on the road to getting justice.
The State High Court has remanded five people in prison detention, including the principal and vice principal of Deeper Life High School in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, over the alleged sexual assault of an 11-year-old student, according to ENigeria Newspaper findings.
ENigeria Newspaper reports that Deborah Okezie, Don Davis’ mother, disclosed that the court had determined that all five arrested people should be tried in open court over the case. The two accused juveniles, on the other hand, will be prosecuted in a Juvenile Family Court.
Don Davis Archibong’s mother, Deborah Okezie, claims that her son contemplated suicide throughout the case’s trial.
ENigeria Newspaper learnt that Don Davis was allegedly assaulted by a teacher and some senior students at the institution.
When others were sleeping, the victim allegedly described how students in his dormitory sexually abused him by placing their hands in his anus.
He claimed the two bullies threatened to kill him if he told anybody about the incident at school.
Deborah Okezie, Archibong’s mother, had gone public to say that her child had been reportedly assaulted and abused at school, and that despite the school authorities receiving complaints, nothing had been done about it.
ENigeria Newspaper reports that Nigerians, particularly on social media, have called for a thorough investigation and justice.