Oromoni family releases autopsy as police set Dowen College staff free (Photos)
The family of Sylvester Oromoni has kicked against the decision of the Lagos police to release the housemaster and other staff of Dowen College, Lekki.
Oromoni, who was a student at Lagos school, died on November 30 last year after efforts to save his life failed.
But Dowen College had dismissed the claim, saying the boy sustained injuries while playing football with his colleagues.
Hakeem Odumosu, Lagos police commissioner, had ordered a probe while Dowen College was sealed off.
Odumosu, in a press briefing yesterday, said the Dowen housemasters involved in the case had been released since the court order to remand them had expired.
He also said that the police had concluded its investigations, forwarded its report to the directorate of public prosecutions (DPP), and had received a response.
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