Dowen college has asked members of the public to stop spreading false information concerning the death of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni and allow him to rest in peace.
The school made the appeal in a statement released on Monday, January 10. They maintained that the reason for their silence concerning the death of Sylvester was because they wanted the Lagos State Government to carry out proper investigation without any interference.
They further stated that the truth had won and the autopsy conducted on the deceased showed that he suffered no bodily harm.
The statement read in part: “At this point, we respectfully request that all those who have consistently, misguidedly and maliciously pushed false information should desist immediately and allow our dear Sylvester’s soul rest peacefully in our Lord’s arms.
“The longstanding integrity, values and processes the school worked tirelessly to maintain over the past 24 years were unfairly called to question and dragged through the mud since.
“Today the truth wins, our faith wins and our integrity wins. We pray that no school or organisation ever has to experience what we have been going through.”
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