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NANS Urges Foreign Missions To Deny Students Accused Of Bullying Sylvester Oromoni Entry




The National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS, on Sunday urged foreign missions to deny entry to the five students of Dowen College alleged to have bullied and beaten late Sylvester Oromoni.

NANS President stated this in a statement on Sunday titled, ‘Sylvester Oromoni’s Death: NANS calls for immediate arrest of school principal, house master…urges foreign missions in Nigeria to ensure suspects do not sneak foreign into their countries’.

NANS said, “We equally call for the immediate arrest and interrogations of names of students mentioned in the attack that led to the eventual death of Sylvester irrespective of how highly placed their parents are. There must not be any sacred cow as all of them must be arrested, adequately interrogated, and charged if found culpable.

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“By this press statement, we put on red alert foreign missions in Nigeria to deny entry to the following students who had been fingered in the attack leading to the death of Sylvester Oromoni until the investigation is concluded.

“NANS will follow this case religiously in our attempt to be the voice of the voiceless and ensure a level playing ground at the cause of the investigation irrespective of how influential and wealthy the families of the purported culprits are.”

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