Chief Osborne Olumide Phillips, Dowen College owner, has gone underground ENigeria Newspaper writes…
Remember that the owner of Dowen College was named by ENigeria Newspaper in an earlier publication after a horrific incident that resulted in the murder of 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni Jnr., who was allegedly beaten to death for refusing to join a cult group made up of students of the school.
Despite the fact that the Dowen College event has been the subject of much discussion in the media in recent days, the owner, Chief Osborne Olumide Phillips, and his daughter, Nigerian female artist Lami Phillips, have declined to comment.
Dowen College owner, Chief Olumide Phillips, and his daughter, according to ENigeria Newspaper findings, have subsequently gone into hiding to avoid being attacked by furious members of the public.
Chief Phillips is a member of the Cathedral Church of Christ in Marina, according to reports.
When word of Sylvester Oromoni’s death leaked, Dowen issued a quick statement to save face, stating that he was hurt while playing football with his friends.
However, the deceased’s father disclosed that his son was cruelly assaulted and fed chemicals by students who tormented him at school, contrary to the school’s assertions.
Lami Phillips has already deactivated her Instagram account, according to an earlier report by ENigeria Newspaper, in order to avoid the caustic backlash from netizens.
Meanwhile as at a few hours ago, the Lagos State Government shut down Down College located in the upscale neighbourhood of Lekki phase 1.