Death of Dowen College student: video of Sylvester Oromoni’s death – Lagos police investigate
Police said they were focusing on two boxes relating to the video of Sylvester Oromoni’s death.
Lagos State Police Commissioner Hakeem Odumosu gives an update for an interview with BBC Pidgin on the death of a Dowen College student.
Di Lagos State Police Command said on Friday that no time should be wasted in arresting and prosecuting Pipo Wey over the death of a 12-year-old boy at Dowen College Lekki.
Police announced that the school was closed by Lagos State because of the incident and many pipo do not convict.
CP Hakeem Odumosu says the police are not going to leave the matter like this.
Oga Odumosu said the investigation into the matter had not started and police took action immediately after the investigation.
“Certainly, we will make arrests within a reasonable time. When we see the outcome of the investigation, we will arrest Pipo,” he said.
Dowen College student dies – Lagos police focus on two boxes
Di Lagos State Police Commissioner told BBC Pidgin the command would take the time to find out that this was really happening.
“We don’t rely on what we hear and see on social media. We are taking the time to investigate to include my boy’s medical report.
“We are also going to do an autopsy, but on that day we do not stop our investigation.
“We are looking at both the allegations and the counter-allegations.
“Only one man has beaten my true-true boy or if a soccer injury kills me.
“My medical report will tell us it’s going on.”
Parents, watch your children
Di oga police also advises parents to always supervise the children they do.
Hakeem Odumosu said: “Ask parents to check with their friends and their kids play mind.
Meanwhile, Lagos State Goment has ordered the indefinite closure of Dowen College, Lekki.
Di The state education ministry announced the closure of Di’s boarding school on Friday.
The closure will continue until an investigation into the death of Sylvester Oromoni Jnr, a student at the educational institution, is concluded.
Lagos’ education commissioner announced his closing statement after a meeting with school management and staff.
Folasade Adefisayo calls for calm and says that one should not spare any effort to get to the root of really happy wetin.
“Several pipo are threatening to burn down the school, so we are not telling them to shut them down while we investigate the matter.” Ms Folasade told the BBC Pidgin on Friday. She said if the school wanted to do an activity bring them over from their home.