Olumide Phillips owner of Dowen College has gone underground.
Newsone reports that who is the owner of dowen college Lagos has been trending since Sylvester Oromoni, a student of Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos, died from injuries he allegedly sustained from the beating by his colleagues that wanted him to join their secret cult group.
This online news platform understands that the unfortunate incident that occurred in the opulent Dowen College where 12-year-old Sylvester Oromoni Junior was reportedly beaten to death for refusing to join a cult group in Dowen College, Lekki Phase One, Lagos is the most discussed subject on social media at the moment especially Nigerian Twitter.
Though several celebrities had taken to their social media platforms to seek justice for Sylvester, some have, however, remained noticeably mute on the matter raising cause for concern.
Dowen College, according findings by this newspaper, is owned by parents of female singer, Lami Phillips who until date is Director of Students and External Affairs.
Newsone Nigeria reports that as Dowen College Director of Students and External Affairs, Lami Phillips was expected to issue a public statement expressing concern and sympathy to calm the social media outrage, but the female singer, who once spoke out when Governor Ambode demolished a pedestrian bridge built by the school a few years ago, had since gone into hiding and refrained from making public statements since the incident occurred, resulting in a splash of feces on her image on social media.
Following the momentum the Dowen College saga has garnered, Newsone reports that Lami Phillips, also known as Lami Phillips Gbadamosi, has now deactivated her Instagram account to avoid further dragging by pundits.
Meanwhile, Newsone Nigeria reports that despite the fact that the Dowen College saga has been the subject of much discussion in the media in recent days, the owner, Chief Osborne Olumide Phillips, and his daughter, Nigerian singer Lami Phillips, have declined to comment.