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  • Updated: December 09, 2021

Sylvester Oromoni: Kemi Olunloyo Alleges Late Dowen College Student Willingly Wanted To Join Cult

Sylvester Oromoni: Kemi Olunloyo Alleges Late Dowen College

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Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has alleged that the late Sylvester Oromoni of Dowen College willingly wanted to join the boy’s gang.

This is coming after the Officer in charge of the legal department of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) of the Lagos Police Command, Panti, Yaba, Yetunde Cardoso announced that five students and three staff of the Dowen College in Lekki, Lagos State, have been charged to court over the alleged assault of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni.

An artist's drawing of Sylvester Oromoni

Speaking on the case on Twitter space, Olunloyo noted that her informants presently at the ongoing investigations revealed that the Sylvester was willing to join the cult and partook in the initiation process which entailed being beaten and given engine oil to drink. 

"He was under peer pressure. They told him we have to beat you, they beat him.

"They told him you gotta drink this stuff, he drank engine oil. Engine oil on of the boy got hold of from a housemaster's car," she said.

"I'm telling you what's going on in the investigation. That's what investigative journalism is.

"People on the inside feeding Kemi with information. The governor won't like it, the police chief won't like it. But that's not my fault.

"At the end of the day, Sylvester did everything they wanted him to do. They asked him to describe his sister's vagina, he did. Then he told his parent. His parents said they remove the girls or something."

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