July 2, 2022

Lagos closes Dowen, SAN, others request head’s indictment

The insight about Sylvester’s demise turned into a web sensation on Wednesday following a web-based media post by his cousin, Perry Oromoni, who affirmed that some senior students of the school beat him up in his lodging for declining to join a clique.

In any case, the school denied the case, expressing that the kid grumbled of agony in his legs and hip after a physical issue he supported while playing football.

The state government on Friday requested the endless conclusion of the school forthcoming the result of an examination concerning the matter.

Nonetheless, authorities of the Lagos State Ministry of Education raged the school in the early long periods of Sunday to close the premises.

The Public Relations Officer of the service, Ganiu Lawal, told one of our reporters that the school was closed to keep away from any obstruction with the examination being done.

He said, We gave an assertion two days prior that the school has been closed and that we are leading an examination concerning the reasons for the episode that killed Sylvester Oromoni and that was the premise of fixing off the school.

The fixing off of the school is to ensure the examination goes unhindered, so no one will approach the spot and to regard the family as they lament and to give befitting honor to the kid, who kicked the bucket. We have effectively sent the school the executives a letter authoritatively imparting to it that the school has been closed down; in this way, we just followed it up with the fixing off of the entryway.

The Public Relations Officer of the Rapid Response Squad, Femi Malik, said the RRS gave a security reinforcement to authorities of the service, who fixed off the school.

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Chief Mike Ozekhome, has requested that the Principal from the Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos, where a 12-year-old kid was purportedly tormented by senior understudies and passed on from difficulties days after, be made to confront the law for carelessness.

Ozekhome said the school specialists, who should screen their understudies however had defaulted because of carelessness, ought to be managed as per the rule that everyone must follow.

Ozekhome told one of our reporters, “Closing the school isn’t sufficient. The head, tops, all things considered, chiefs and other staff ought to be charged for carelessness. It is pretty much like a scheme to kill. For the school to be supposed to be driven into such a moronic end that the kid was playing football and was immediately raced to the sickbay, every one of them ought to be charged for connivance and being accessories afterward. Assuming they didn’t affect, in any event, they conformed to.