Faces Of The Five Dowen College Students Responsible For The Cult Initiation And Killing Of Late Sylvester Oromoni

The five Dowen College student who are very responsible for the death of Sylvester Oromoni have completely been unvieled with their names and pictures.

Since death of Sylvester Oromoni, they have been some confusion statement and hidden identity of those responsible for his death.

Remember a report claims that, the students have been flown out, the most important part is that here are all their names and pictures you should know.

Before Sylvester Oromoni finally died, he mentiom some name’s he recognized through their voices which was three and said he can’t predict others because he doesn’t know them.

But he mentioned their names as Joseph Benjamin, Michael Kashamu, Anslem Temile while he said he couldn’t recognise the other two because the lights in the hostel room were switched off by the boys before they started beating him up.

According to Gist lover blog, their names are: Michael windoku, Angel Temile, Favour Benjamin, Edward Brown, Agboro Emmanuel.


Sylvester Oromoni Dowen College Killers Photos
Joseph Benjamin Dowen College
Michael Kashamu Dowen College
Anslem Temile Dowen College
Edward Brown Dowen College

A dying Sylvester also revealed that the boys warned other students in the room not reveal what took place threatening to kill anyone who violated their order.

The five boys further directed the fear grippen students to lie that Sylvester sustained injuries while playing football if queried by the management of the school.

The college management staff as revealed online are: Mrs. A. Layiwola B. Sc. (Ed) Bio. M. Ed. (Educ. Admin.) Principal/ Head of School , Mr. M.A. Olusesi M.Ed Mathematics Vice Principal/Deputy Head of School (Academic), Mrs. T. Yinka-Babalola B.A. Ed. English, M.Ed (Admin) Dip (Computer Programme) College Counsellor and Lami Phillips BSc (Business Administration), MA (Strategic Management), Executive MBA Director Of Student & External Affairs.

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