Ubi Franklin, a Nigerian music manager, has revealed that one of his colleagues in the entertainment sector owns Dowen College in Lekki.
While seeking justice for 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni, who died from internal injuries after being beaten by other kids, Ubi made this known in a post uploaded on his official Twitter page.
Some of his industry colleagues, he claims, would not speak up because they are covering the owner.
He encouraged them to uncover the truth and bring the 12-year-old to justice.
"I know some of my colleagues or Abi certain celebs will not speak up against this "Dowen college situation because one of our colleagues is the school's owner," he wrote in his tweet. I've been keeping an eye on your pages, and I know she's close to you, yes you.
"Say something now, since she might see our fury on your page if you don't."
What if this youngster was your son? We're talking about a 12-year-old here.
Meanwhile, the Lagos State government has ordered Dowen College to be closed indefinitely while an inquiry is conducted.
Sylvester Oromoni's death was made public after a family member, Perri, blogged about the incident on social media on Thursday.
Mrs. Adebisi Layiwola, Dowen College Principal, rejected any type of bullying or violence on the pupil in a statement.