The management of Dowen college has closed the school over the controversies surrounding the death of one of its students, Sylvester Oromoni.
Sylvester Oromoni allegedly passed away after being beaten over his refusal to join a cult group in the school.
He died in Delta State, after allegedly falling sick due to the beating in Lagos.
However, the college in a statement released by its Principal said no such thing happened on their premises.
In the latest development, the school in a memo to parents and guardians on Thursday night advised students to stay home on Friday and Monday.
The memo read, “Dear parents, in view of the current situation concerning the school and considering the emotions of our students, we have advised that our students stay home tomorrow, Friday 3rd and Monday 6th.
“This will also afford the students opportunity to revise for their forthcoming examinations starting next week. Thank you for your understanding.”