IMPRESSIVE! ! ! Sanwo- Olu’s Wife Finally Break Silence On Sylvester’s Oromoni Death

Ibijoke Sanwo- Olu, the First Lady of Lagos State, has clarified the death of Sylvester Oromoni, a 12- year- old pupil at Dowen College in Lekki, as a big slap on the face.

Governor Babajide Sanwo- wife expressed dissatisfaction during an advocacy tour to schools for 16 Days of activism against Gender- Based Violence.

The statement was released by Olubukonla Nwonah, the Assistant Director of Public Affairs for the Office of the Lagos State First Lady.

Mrs. Sanwo- Olu, according to the statement, described Sylvester’ s death as unfortunate as she promised that such an incident will never happen again in Lagos State.

Her statement reads below, ” I am aware that the Lagos State Government is investigating the issue at the moment, and to be honest, it is something we are not happy about. It’ s a slap in the face to the education sector, the community, and Lagos State.

” The matter is under investigation, and we mourn with the parents and everyone concerned, and we express our condolences. ”

” As I previously stated, the situation is under investigation, and I will not be able to comment further at this time, ” she added.

Meanwhile, following a social media post by Sylvester’ s cousin, Perry Oromoni, alleging that some senior students at the college beat him up in his hostel for refusing to join a cult went viral on social media on Wednesday.

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The school, on the other hand, refuted the claim, alleging that Sylvester had complained of leg and hip pain as a result of a football injury.

The state government ordered the school’ s closure indefinitely on Friday, awaiting the outcome of an investigation into the matter.

Hakeem Odumosu, the Lagos Commissioner of Police, has told the family that the investigation’ s findings will be made public.

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