The mother of late Sylvester Oromoni, the 12 year old student of Dowen College who passed on as a result of maltreatment and bullying from his seniors in school has called upon her maker to avenge the death of her son.
Yesterday, a heart wrenching video of the woman crying and cursing those who had a hand in the death of her son surfaced online.
She thanked Nigerians for the love and support her family received while they were seeking justice for her late son.
Late Sylvester’s mother also asked God to avenge her son’s death by cutting short the lives of those who took that of her son.
She also prayed that they would experience the pain and agony she has gone through as a result of the unfortunate demise of her son.
She went on to invoke God’s wrath on those connected to Sylvester’s death and those supporting it as well.
This development is coming after the Lagos State government, yesterday cleared five of the Dowen college students said to be involved in Sylvester’s untimely and painful death.
Five employees of the college accused of complicity in the death of the 12-year-old Sylvester were also cleared.
They were released and cleared following the legal advice of the Director of Public Prosecution, DPP, Ms. Adetutu Oshinusi.
Oshinusi made the claims based on the autopsy report of the deceased.
It was concluded that no prima facie case of murder, involuntary manslaughter and malicious administering of poison with the intent to harm against the five students, Favour Benjamin, Michael Kashamu, Edward Begue, Ansel Temile and Kenneth Inyang, students of Dowen College accused of Sylvester’s death.
The state also cleared the minors of belonging to an unlawful society, stating that there were insufficient facts to establish the offense.
It stated that from available facts in the duplicate case file, the Investigation carried out by the police did not reveal that any secret society name, tattoo or instigma of any unlawful society was found in the possession of any of the suspects during the investigation carried out by the police.