Sylvester Oromoni’s Death: Suspects’ Mother Speaks On Son’s Involvement 

Sylvester Oromoni's Death: Suspects' Mother Speaks On Son's Involvement 

 

 

Ms Oluchi Sunday, mother of one of the suspect Edward Brown has denied her son’s involvement on the alleged attack which led to the death of Sylvester Oromoni.

Recall that before Sylvester passed away, it was reported that he mentioned names of the people who allegedly inflicted bodily harms on him.

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This has made some Nigerians point accusing fingers at those mentioned and also dragged their parents on social media.

However, one of the suspects’ mother in a statement denied her son’s involvement in the act.

Sylvester Oromoni's Death: Suspects' Mother Speaks On Son's Involvement 

According to her, her son wasn’t in the school premises on the day Sylvester was attacked adding that he is a day student and does not stay in the hostel.

Read her statement below:

”It has come to my attention that some individuals caused rumours to be peddled on social media platforms suggesting that my son Edward Brown is one of the students allegedly involved in the beating of the late Sylvester Oromoni Jr at a Dowen College hostel, which resulted in his untimely death.

To set the record straight, I wish to bring the following facts to the public notice, which demonstrate that such rumours are false, malicious and lack any basis whatsoever:

1. My son is a day student and has never been a boarder.

2. Because my son is a day student, he was not on the school premises at the time when the unfortunate incident occurred, precisely on the night of 21st November, 2021, during a weekend and so, could not have been in the hostel as alleged.

3. In a social media post made on 1st November 2021, on the deceased’s elder brother’s Instagram page, “greatoromonii”, five names, including Dowen College were mentioned before the conclusion: “… just know he called your names before he died”. My son’s name was not among those names.

As a result of these false and malicious rumours, my son and I have been under constant attack via social media, with insults and threats being hurled at us daily. This has caused us much emotional distress and mental trauma.

Therefore, on behalf of myself and my son, Edward Brown, I hereby demand that managers of social media and other platforms where the false and libellous rumours are circulating, immediately retract the offending posts and tender a public apology to us.

We commiserate with the Oromini family for the tragic loss of Sylvester Oromini Jr and pray for the repose of his soul.

Ms. Oluchi SUNDAY”

 

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