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Oromoni’s family rejects N1M bail of students allegedly involved in Sylvester’s death



The daddy of late Sylvester Oromoni condemns the bail of suspected college students concerned within the demise of his son amidst ongoing investigation.

A Justice of the Peace courtroom had granted bail of N1M to the suspected college students arrested on the involvement of the late Dowen Faculty pupil.

In keeping with Sylvester’s father, it’s unclear why the courtroom that gave the Police 21 days to finish their investigation which elapse on the twenty eighth of December earlier than releasing the scholars is similar that granted early bail.

Oromoni's family rejects N1M bail of suspected students involved in Sylvester's death


“Yesterday I used to be known as that these boys had been granted bail by a Justice of the Peace Court docket in Yaba, Lagos. I mentioned, “why?” I now known as the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State and he instructed me; I used to be not conscious, and that they weren’t accomplished with the investigation.
I known as the DCP answerable for the case who later confirmed to me that the story is true.

However it was a shock to me that the identical choose gave them 21 days which expires on the 28 of this month when the police requested for the remand order. The courtroom granted 21 days to maintain these boys.
And the 21 days haven’t expired, and the courtroom granted them bail. I’m calling on President Muhammadu Buhari, the Lagos State Authorities and the Inspector Common of Police to please take notice.

Secondly, the police mentioned they aren’t accomplished with the investigation, that granting the boys bail is not going to assist their investigation, they’re getting extra information.
And so they had been even planning that after the 21 days if they aren’t accomplished with their investigation, they’ll ask for an extension. I’m shocked that the courtroom granted them bail when the date given has not elapsed.

I’m not a lawyer however what the household is saying is that they need to permit the police to conclude their investigation. I’m not saying that they shouldn’t be granted bail however it’s the courtroom that gave the police 21 days” he mentioned.

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