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Don Davis’ Mum: If Anything Happens To My Children, I’ll Hold Kumuyi Responsible

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On: January 4, 2021

Deborah Okezie, mother of Don Davis Archibong, the JSS 1 student of the Deeper Life High School, Uyo, Akwa Ibom, was allegedly assaulted by the staff and students of the school, says her Facebook account has been disabled, IgbereTV reports.
Don Davis’ Mum: If Anything Happens To My Children, I’ll Hold Kumuyi Responsible 1
Okezie, had always utilized the Facebook page to demand justice for her son, alleged that some members of the Deeper Life High school went to her last child’s nursery school to inquire about her home address.

In a shared today on another page she uses, Mrs Okezie said she will hold the senior pastor of the church, Williams Kumuyi and the school management responsible should anything happen to her children.

In her words:

”Deeper Lift High School people went to my little baby’s shool to make enquiry about my address. The reason I don’t know. You to disable my facebook and come and kill me inward? People should not know to me? If get a hold of this video, share it. If you disable this one, I will come out of another angle and I will keep coming out until Don Davis gets justice since I don’t have to speak for me. Foreign countries come and speak for me. They are disabling my account.

Why are they going to my baby’s school to ask about my address. A whole church. What for?

If anything happens to my children, Deeper Life and Kumuyi, I will hold responsible”

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