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Saturday, December 04, 2021

DowenGATE - Black Liquid Reportedly Found In Stomach Of 12 Year Old Boy Beaten To Death By Fellow Students.

Sylvester Oromoni Snr ,the father of the 12 year old boy bullied to death by felow students in Dowen College Lekki has revealed that a black liquid was found in his son’s stomach during the autopsy ....







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12 year old Sylvester Oromoni Jnr was allegedly beaten by fellow students of Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos which resulted in his death.
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In a live interview streamed on Facebook with The PUNCH, Oromoni Snr stated that the family was told that the pathologist in Warri could not determine what the liquid was until it is taken to Lagos or Abuja.





*This story is so traumatic....Black liquid? I hope the fellow students who did this will not be shielded by the law or their parents wealth? They never stop!...I hope the culprits have not be quickly removed from Nigeria?

That school should be shut down for good!

RIP young man, your death will not be in vain!

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  1. His death won't be in vain..

    Bullies are crazy set of beings.. e get one guy for my school, na my classmate.

    That guy ehn, na terror. Damn. Don't even want to remember him.

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    1. I just pity the parents covering up for the evil kids they created;bcos even you and ur other kids are not safe around them.
      That abroad you bundled them to will be their undoing,bcos no crime can be covered up there. There is a family who kept covering up their sons rape incidents here,they took him abroad and he became a menace there,serving jail time for rape and drugs.
      RIP Sly.....

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    2. Honestly his death won't be in vain. They should publish the names of those students weda na our cousins 'em.

      May God strengthen the parents. Bullies in boarding schools are real, my cousin brother was expelled because he bullied a junior student then #Abuja. Now I know better. Parents stop pushing your kids away all in the name of 'now I can have time for myself.'

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    3. Schools are to be blamed in this kind of act. I attended a missionary school and if the Rev sis hears the letter b or the word bully, sorry is your case.

      I remember when the rev sister commanded a junior student to slap a senior student who beat her up. This happened in 1996. It was scrazy on the assembly ground that day.

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    4. Very painful death, i just put my self in the mothers shoe and i know i wouldn't survive this if it happens to me.God please strengthen the parents.

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    5. I read he was given a liquid to drink, they could have poisoned him. What some evil kids can not do does not exist.

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    6. Che! This is really a painful death. Haa!may God console his Family.

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    7. Dowen college is owned by Dr Olumide Phillips and Mrs Toyin Phillips. They are grandparents too. The first daughter is married to Taiwo Aborisade who works with Chevron. I think the Lagos state government should withdraw the school licence for now

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    8. How do they get the black liquid?the school was a boarding school.very sad incident.
      RIP young man.

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    9. B&R, loud it!! πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    10. 😒😒😒😒

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  2. Happy birthday young man!
    We love you Sly.

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    1. Yes. Today was supposed to be his birthday.

      Hmmm...

      I have put myself in the position of all parties involved..

      The diseased boys parents. I would have set that school on fire and probably burn with it by now.

      The culprits parents. Will I give my child up to public anger? Especially if I have the means to shield him? I will rather give myself up in his place.

      The public. If we don't raise hell, evil like this will continue.

      The teenage murderers. They are abused abusers. They continued a boarding house culture of bullying and harassment of younger school as it has been for decades. I am sure they endured the same but unfortunately, this time, they went too far. Who is even to say how far is far enough?

      The school authority. They are there to make money and their clients are the influential and rich.

      It think I would rather heap the blame on the school authority who watched this systemic bullying persist. I won't forget how I became so hated by my hostel matron for reporting "general beating" to my father who took it up and she was sanctioned because she, an elderly woman, lived in the hostel with us but condoned such wickedness.

      Yes, we will call for those boys heads but if I were the mother of any of them...🀐.

      Rest in perfect peace Sylvester.

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    2. Ms. Sapphire, I enjoyed this your writeup from the minds of different people

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    3. Madam what you wrote is the reason why Nigeria will always be the way it is.

      You will protect a child that killed a human being because you are a mother yen yen yen?

      I have seen parents call the police for their son, not once not twice. Are those ones not parents or do they hate their children? Those boys did not slap someone, they did not punch someone, they killed a whole human being! They will not spend the rest of their years in prison because he is a minor but they should be sent to a correctional centre and rehabilitated.

      In sane climes whether you shield him or hide him in your roof, the police will fish him out and bundle him to prison.
      If you pervert the cause of justice, you will be arrested as well alongside your beloved son.

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  3. Today would have been his 12th birthday,his sister put up videos of their happy times together,not to mourn but to celebrate his shortlived life.RIP SylvesterπŸ•Š,gone but not forgotten,#Justice for Sylvester#.

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  4. Wealthy parents breeding monsters.
    They are always quick to cover up their children's evil with their wealth. That child you are covering will kill you tomorrow. Continue!

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    1. Anon 9.34 the below is fact

      will kill you tomorrow. Continue

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  5. Ripple effect of BAD parenting. Some don't even understand' Bad parenting'.

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  6. No member of my family or yours shall die young in Jesus mighty name Amen. justice for master Sylvester, those perpetrators will not go unpunished

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  7. Very sad,the boy's story keeps playing in my head. To think the school is telling parents that they moved their lectures online since the school has been closed. They don't care about the incident that happened. Wicked people everywhere

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    1. As in enhn. When I read that, it was like " make una chill notin spoil, we muv, una go meet d deadline for overseas admissions"

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  8. Your parents failed you. Rest in Peace poor boy πŸ’”

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    1. Blunt Truth Shooter Gyal!
      πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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    2. Same thing i said. He was bullied, even threatened. They didn't change his school, just his hostel. Rest in peace young man. Happy birthday.

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    3. Please this is not the time to say this. It's sad enough already.

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    4. Raw truth. No lies. Why couldn't they have this boy school from home eh? Is it the prestige that comes with having a child in boarding school or what? They failed this young boy. I'm so pained

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    5. PLEASE stop this blaming of the parents. Will all the children in that school be moved elsewhere???

      If they had moved the boy to different school, it is a another child we would be reading about, because the root cause has been left unaddressed.

      The ISSUE are the BULLIES AND THAT IS WHAT SHOULD BE ADDRESSED, not blaming a grieving family, haba!!

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    6. I remembered when my younger sister was bullied in Anglican Girls Nkpor. I went to the school and reported the issue, even to the girl's parent. She was later changed into a private school. I don't tolerate bulling, in any form. The parents made mistake.
      The craze to belong is what made them to still leave him in that school.

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    7. Even if his parents came through for him, the murderers would pick another victim.

      The school authority failed them all by making little boys believe such monstrous act is normal.

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    8. True. I think so too. The boy complained, the signs were there but they ignored. My son is in a boarding school. If they here the word B, expulsion straight, zero tolerance. Seniors are separated from junior students. They don't sleep together or eat together. Different hostels. Notwithstanding, every time I speak with him thars the first question I ask. Is anybody touching you wgere they are not supposed to? Are u being bullied? Once I hear Kpim I'm withdrawing him ASAP. Parents pls very sensitive to your children's needs. Keep the communication channels open. Most importantly, build a wall of fire round about them through prayers. RIP handsome boy, fly with the angels!

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    9. Gbam Shooter, they are trying blame the school and everyone else, but I hope they take one for the team. From the handling of the first bullying report, to the slow response when he had the last incident. The whole thing started on the 21st, they were called that something had happened, and it took 2 to 3 days for the brother to get there, he was then taken home, just so many BS, I am so mad. I think if some sort of quick and effectively management had taken place, the young Oromoni might still be here. He was alive for about 8 days still, that boy was strong. Everything was mismanaged. The school said they called his mom, she was not in town, busy again, father nor, even after he was brought back, and he saw his condition, still had legs to travel for an official assignment. They left their son and a relative, and the school to do what they as parents should have done "care for their child". I'm so mad, I just hope they take some blames too. Parents send their kids off to expensive boarding schools to avoid their responsibilities, the kids can't call home to report immediately when they are in danger.

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    10. True. I think so too. The boy complained, the signs were there but they ignored. My son is in a boarding school. If they hear the word B, expulsion straight, zero tolerance. Seniors are separated from junior students. They don't sleep together or eat together. Different hostels. Notwithstanding, every time I speak with him that's the first question I ask. Is anybody touching you where they are not supposed to? Are u being bullied? Once I hear Kpim I'm withdrawing him ASAP. Parents pls very sensitive to your children's needs. Keep the communication channels open. Most importantly, build a wall of fire round about them through prayers. RIP handsome boy, fly with the angels!

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    11. Which craze to belong? Do you know the parents to make such statement? Stop being insensitive biko. The blame shoild be placed where it belongs - with the children who killed him amd their useless parents who raised them.

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    12. Thank you very much anon 11:25 I said the other day, 'if the underlying issues are unresolved, we will keep running in circles'.

      The issue are the bullies and that is what should be addressed

      If you don't tackle the root cause of any issue, you're wasting your time. You can only prevent one from happening but how many more can you prevent.

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    13. Tiana, stop being insensitive and stop generalising. Some of you just throw words about without putting yourself in the shoes of the victims. Have some empathy for goodness sake!!

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    14. Exactly Deheroine, exactly.

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    15. Anonymous 12:45, I like to call things as they are. All I am saying is that the parents have to share in the blame for how this incident has turned out. The bullies, the school, the parents of the bullies, and lastly the parents of the young chap who died, have different levels of culpability in this matter.

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    16. Call things as they are indeed. Silence is sometimes golden.

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    17. Deheroine, well said!

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    18. This is the gospel truth @ shooter Gyal

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    19. The parents of the BULLIES failed him, failed their own children and have failed the society. Place the blame where it should be placed biko.

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  9. I heard the little rascals have been moved out of the country. Their parents should be arrested and death with. Shame on those parents for raising monsters

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  10. The question is where did they get the BLACK Liquid can't just comprehend it, the worst part of it for me is hearing that the parents of the mentioned bullies are trying to fly them out of the country..
    And am like, how na? Why? So you can actually support your child for such a misconduct and want to hide them? What happens to them in the nearest future? Won't they get worst and do worst?

    It's so painful how badly trained children are on the increase in our society and it seems like normal to some parents, Las Las I know that if someone does injustice to any of my children and it's so clear,I fit do the unthinkable,

    We must teach our children to be kind, to treat people nicely, age shouldn't be a yardstick

    It's not easy been a parent, I particularly am a young parent but I feel that some parents are not doing enough to raise well behaved children,

    If you train yours well and I train mine well, together the society will be better and we will be hearing less of these heart breaking stories..

    My heart Goes to the family who lost their son,may God comfort them and grant his soul eternal Rest,Amen...
    Dear parents,this task is upon us,we can do better. Parenting is beyond having Sex and carrying a baby for nine months,the real deal starts in raising them...

    The school Authority are the first culprit for trying to hide such crime, to even think they want to move classes online😭😭 no sign of sympathy

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    1. 'If you train yours well and I train mine well, together the society will be better and we will be hearing less of these heart breaking stories..'

      That's the truth.

      Stories we hear from Boarding schools of this days is so disheartening. The other time it was Don Davis, another one was the little girl who condom was found in her privates now Sylvester Oromoni! These schools need to go back to the drawing board. Not like they are cheap schools, very expensive schools. They are giving the impression that they are all for the money. Some of our parents and even some of us here attended boarding schools, the experience is quite different from the ones we hear this days. Even though boarding schools have always been known for having bullies, it used to be seniors giving punishment to juniors like washing their clothes and doing other chores, but this one seems to be a new dimension of bullying. God have mercy!

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    2. They might even get chemicals from the science lab. Smthn similar happened in a school i worked. Thankfully the evil-boy was reported before the girl he tried to poison drank from her water bottle.

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    3. Shey one πŸ‘‡ there said good parents can raise monsters, instead of facing the truth about badly trained kids. Mschew

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  11. Rest in peace young bro 😭😭
    Your death is painful 😣😣

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  12. Very sad. May your soul rest in the Bossom of the Lord Amen πŸ™

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  13. Most of these children from wealthy homes are filled with memories of presents from their parents without the parents presence. They grew up with nannies and help givers who they manipulate at their will, making them believe the world is at their feet. Some that have occultic parents understand this on time and wants the power instantly. They are still many well behaved children from wealthy homes

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    1. Largely true , speaking from experience . I saw a lot amongst my cousins as a child now I know why my parents over shielded us
      L.

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  14. Sad and heartbreaking πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”
    may your soul rest in peace

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  15. This is heartbreaking!! This boy must have suffered and endured so much from those evil kids.
    Even after telling his parents about being bullied, they didn’t move him from that school.

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    1. I saw that too, I was shocked indeed. They even said they changed his hostel. They literally watched him complain about bullying and left him there. Negligence

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    2. They have the mindset of "you will get acquainted with it" and by time, you will become a senior.

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  16. On this internet street,the way people pretend to forget things ehn is funny to me. Almost everyone is shouting Justice for that boy... others are saying they can't take their children to boarding schools. Question is,all those seniors back then that used to be so wicked to juniors,have they all disappeared? No they haven't. They are still here.

    I was opportuned to go to a federal girls school when that was the in thing. We had children of well to do parents there. The kind of things supposed children do back then will make you shudder.
    There was even a tale of how a girl was killed by a snr student in the name of punishment. Put the girl in the wardrobe then and forgot. The girl died from suffocation.

    There is this particular senior back then that I know. She is married and now doing well on Instagram. I see her and most times when I remember how they used to treat us junior students,I know God really is a merciful God.

    If you were once a wicked senior,use this little boy's death to ask God for forgiveness.
    How can you treat you domestic stuff like they are not humans,talk down at people and think your children are not seeing.If you gossip about others infront of your children,they will do same. Dear parents, please let's teach our children how to be kind to people.
    Don't allow cable television to raise your children for you. How can a child die in such pains😭😭😭

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    1. Thank you very much Darajah.
      Some of us here writing R.I.P here are terror at home, obviously to their helps but pampers there precious children, terror to their colleagues and juniors at work, terror to those we think we are 'better than'!
      Let's stop being bullies and STOP raising BULLIES.

      Rest In Peace Sly!

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    2. Thanks for sharing this. I was not bullied as l am so stubborn to the last. I fight everyone including seniors that try to intimidate me then.

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    3. You're right Darajah it's a wake up call for everyone to sit up and do right. Because you're rich and have wealth does not mean you should treat your staff badly yelling and bullying them. your kids are watching and learning, they may think it's normal. You who bully your subordinates at work and the boss who has made himself lord and master, hope you are not reading and condemning the kids who did this. You are also cut from the same cloth

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    4. Darajah so true, I thought about this yesterday. Everyone is talking even the ones who prey on people especially the weak and vulnerable. Hopefully this is a wake up call to all to be kind.

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    5. I also went to a Federal Government College. Some seniors were evil. I saw some recently during our reunion. I had mixed feelings ...

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  17. This case will be a long and tortures one for the family.. I hope eventually the lad who was killed will get justice.. Rest in peace gentleman and may your death bring the needed change in the education sector..



    Lovelace

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  18. Why haven't they released the boys name that did this horrible thing to this poor child...this is really really sad...I can't imagine the pain😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  19. I can relate... was bullied those days in school

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  20. His death will not be in vain, the school has been shut down already. RIP to him.

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  21. Why has there been no arrest so far?

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  22. This is so painful !!! I think the parents should have listened to the boy when he started complaining about being bullied.
    Oh my God and to think the parents of these children are trying to shield their children from facing the consequences of their act is more heartbreaking

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  23. Rest in peace young man,your death won't be in vain. What a painful death.

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  24. Justice must prevail, Schools have now turned into breeding ground for cultists, children are no longer children.I wonder what the world is turning into, tufiakwa!

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  25. This boy's death is so heartbreaking!

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  26. Dear Sylvester,

    Mr. hearts bleed for the torment you went through at such a young age. I am so sorry you went through all that pains. Even at this my age little pain make me weep not to talk about a 12yr old.

    It is well with your soul son, Continue to Rest in Peace.

    Love.......

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  27. This really messed up my mind... Rip Sylvester.. May your killer know no peace.

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  28. Rest in peace Sylvester, how parents shield their badly behaved kids baffles me. Like hand the child over to the security, you are playing with fire that child will surely kill you. Sometimes sef they learn such wicked act from their parent, the way you treat your domestic staff probably. %SAO%

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  29. I am soooo angry at everybody connected to the especially the parents, that I am lost for words.

    Kai,GodπŸ˜₯😫.

    I have never had any good thoughts about boarding school an NOBODY can convince me otherwise .

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    1. Thank you OBIỌMA,no child of mine is going to a boarding school so help me God!

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  30. I feel pained about this whole incident.
    To think that the school is moving classes online!
    That school should be shut down and the govt should arrest parents who still patronize them.
    May the killers of Sylvester know no peace.

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  31. Lami Phillips parents owned DowenπŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί

    The school failed him
    His parents should have listened when he complained of bullying.
    The parents of the tyrants should be arrested already,those kids they flew out should be deported. So many schools on this table.

    Sylvester Junior,today is your posthumous birthday.Dont sleep till they are brought to book.Justice must be serve.The videos are just too traumatizing 😒😒😒

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  32. This story broke my heart terribly, Sylvester jnr may your gentle soul rest in the bossom of the Lord. Parents of the culprits bring out those kids to face the law and save our society from evil menace, since you refused to train them in the way of the Lord, money is not enough, in fact money can not train children, parents if you like spoil your own and call it computer age na your toro. Imagine cultisim in a secondary of the elites, the Apple certainly don't fall far from it's tree. Some of this student their parents are members of secret societies all for power and wealth, not knowing that the evil that men do live with them. May God continue to guide and protect our children and also shield them from badly behaved children, I pray specifically for my self that the holy spirit will continue to dwell in my children guide them, order their steps, shield them, teach them and set their feet, in Jesus name. May the path of my kids never cross the path of any evil child or adult in Jesus mighty name I pray. May God continue to guide I and my husband and help us to show them the right path.

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  33. Gov. Jide Sanwo-Olu please name the bullies and their parents, closing the school WILL NOT solve bullying and murder.Impose jail terms as a wake up call.


    Rich parents ask yourselves, does your child need to be a boarder to thrive?, especially when bullying or threatening behaviour is involved.

    Parents LISTEN & ACT right for your kids. All your wealth wouldn't resurrect the dead.

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    1. Those parents MUST be named and shamed.

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  34. I symphatise and emphatise with the family of Sylvester.

    But anybody who know them who reads this comment should tell them: PLEASE STOP ALL PRESS INTERVIEWS. Too much talk on a good case is worse than too much salt in a good soup. The main ALLEGATION has been well made - Sylvester died as a result of the actions of some students of the school.

    They should go get a doctor skilled in trial/prosecution related forensics and a sure footed lawyer versed in matters like this to guide them. Please not just any doctor or any lawyer.

    Enough said.

    Again, my condolences.

    #TheLegalTrainee

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    1. You will surely make a great Attorney someday!

      Very sound advice you offered.

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  35. Just asking. The alleged actors, they have personal names, but no surnames?

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  36. PLEASE stop this blaming of his parents. Will all the children in that school be moved elsewhere???

    If they had moved the boy to different school, it is a another child we would be reading about, because the root cause has been left unaddressed.

    The ISSUE are the BULLIES AND THAT IS WHAT SHOULD BE ADDRESSED, not blaming a grieving family, haba!!

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  37. This story broke me,I also blamed the parents,when my niece was bullied in her school,they used hot iron to press her left hand while she was sleeping because they wanted her to join female cult 2 years ago in Ondo state,my brother withdrew her from boarding school that same day,it is easier to blame the school,but what about the mother? Immediately they were told he was injured playing football,one of the parents especially the mother should have fly down to check him instead of sending a family friend,I don't joke with my kids,it is well,it so disheartening the boy died this way,may the culprits not find peace til they are caught

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    1. So will you withdraw all the children in that school? No blame at all for the culprits and their parents in your writeup. A selfish society will not go far. Address the root cause instead of short term solutions.

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    2. Anonymous, stop jumping about. We must not all see things through your rose coloured glasses. Let's have an opinion okay!

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    3. Anyone choosing to hide under blaming the parents solely should question their morals.

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    4. Silence is golden instead of writing rubbish everywhere. Bad parents FC

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  38. Rest in peace little Angel πŸ˜‡.

    This is heartbreaking πŸ’”

    They should name the boys name(those involve in this act)

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      Michael Kashamu
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  39. Black liquid....most likely blood. Why can no one seem to see that he died of splenic rupture from the trauma? It's common in that age group and will also explain a congested liver....

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  40. Went to wikipedia. Saw that the death of Sylvester has been included in entries related to the school.

    Investigative news people should find out the surnames of the boys related to this matter. When their full names come out, we trust the internet to do the needful, memorise their names and details, and tag them wherever they move to. And one day, they would really have to explain their role in this matter.

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  41. What's that black liquid? I'm eager to know the findings

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