The management of Dowen College has announced that the school will be shutting down its academic operations for the weekend and Monday. On that note, students of the boarding school were asked to stay at home, till proper resumption announcement has been made.
According to the school, this is s going to be a temporary pause, after the sudden death of a 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni Jr. who was student of the school that died after allegedly being tortured by fellow students for refusing to join their cult in school.
Shutting down the school doesn’t mean that Dowen College has accepted responsibility of that waht happened. Rather they have been making strong ground on denying the incident and calling it an allegation
However, but Sylvester’s family insists he was tortured at school and that he provided the names of his alleged bullies before he died. The family also released a video of their son moments before his death to prove he was tortured (see here).
Dowen College has now asked students to stay home today, Dec. 3, and on Monday Dec. 6. The school will resume after so students can write their exams next week.
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