Jan 20, 2022

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Cause Of Sylvester Oromoni’s Death Revealed as Lagos Govt Decides On Dowen College Students, Staff – Legit.ng

Based on legal advice from Director of Prosecution (DPP) Adetutu Oshinusi, the Lagos State Government announced on Wednesday January 5th, five students and five employees of Dowen College who was previously accused of complicity in the death of Sylvester Oromoni.

Oshinusi’s advice was addressed to the Deputy Police Commissioner of the Lagos State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) and the trial judges, Magistrate Olatunbosun Adeola.

In her council, Oshinusi stated that the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital’s autopsy and toxicology reports on the cause of death of the deceased are in agreement, TV reports from channels.

In the medical reports, septicemia, lobar pneumonia with acute pyelonephritis, pyomyositis of the right ankle, and acute bacterial pneumonia due to severe sepsis were the causes listed. The cable added.

As in. included the toxicology, there was no trace of any poisonous or poisonous substance in the body of the deceased New Year’s Eve.

According to the advice of the DPP, that this is not a case of murder or malicious Administration of. deals with poison, the state released the defendants along with other suspects and ordered their release from police custody.

The names of the acquitted persons are listed below:

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  1. Prefer Benjamin
  2. Micheal Kahamu
  3. Edward Begue
  4. Ansel Temile
  5. Kenneth Inyang

Employees

  1. Celina Uduak
  2. Valentine Igboekweze
  3. Hammed Ayomo Bariyu
  4. Adesanya Olusesan Olusegun
  5. Adeyemi

Sylvester Oromoni: Autopsy reveals “chemical poisoning” that caused the death of Dowen Student

A copy of the autopsy performed by a consultative pathologist was seen on Saturday, January 1st.

Experts said chemical poisoning affects a variety of diseases, caused by ingestion of toxic chemical agents.

There was B He announced that Oromoni died of injuries sustained by five older students at the school for allegedly refusing to join its cult.

The 12-year-old’s father Boys claimed his child had been beaten and fed a liquid chemical, but Dowen College denied the claim.

The school claimed the boy joined in while playing soccer hurt his colleague.