Kemi Olunloyo Claims Sylvester Agreed To Be Beaten ,Given Engine Oil To Join Cult [AUDIO]

Kemi Olunloyo Claims Sylvester Agreed To Be Beaten ,Given Engine Oil To Join Cult [AUDIO]

Kemi Olunloyo , a Nigerian journalist, blogger, and activist against gun violence, and a social media personality has sparked reaction on Instagram after she claimed that Sylvester agreed to be beaten by his colleagues and drank engine oil just to join a cult in his school, aso Naija reports.

According to investigator Kemi Olunloyo, Sylvester was under peer pressure and he agreed to be beaten and also drink the substance given him just to join the occult group and he drank without knowing it was engine oil and even described his sister’s womanhood.

Kemi Olunloyo then added that Sylvester informed his parents about it and just like most parents they refuse to listen it saying they will take action which they probably didn’t take and that led to the death of their beloved son.

Some Nigerian reacting to the claims of Kemi Olunloyo dragged her asking whether she was there when it all happened or someone fed her with lies since the result to show exactly what was found in the tummy of Sylvester is yet to come out.

Most people seem not pleased with the said findings of Kemi Olunloyo because they don’t believe the fact that Sylvester was trying to join an occult group in his school hence agreed to be beaten and also drunk engine oil given him by those who beat him messilessly.

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