Sylvester Oromoni’s father said that his family believed the autopsy report that the Warri Area Command of Nigeria Police released.
The student of Dowen College in Lagos died on Tuesday, November the 3rd, 2021 under circumstances which are still unclear, which made the police launch an investigation.
Sylvester Oromoni’s father confirmed that the report, which has the stamp of the Area Commander of Warri Police all over it, is what they believe to be the original report.
He explained that they did not really know the pathologist who conducted the autopsy.
Sylvester Oromoni’s father added that even the family needed to apply to the Warri police office through their lawyer to get a copy of the report as they did not have their own pathologist.
The autopsy report, which was established by Dr Clement Vhriterhire, a consultant pathologist who works for Central Hospital, Warri, said that Sylvester Oromoni Jnr died of acute lung injury due to chemical intoxication in the background of blunt force trauma.
Reports say that the report of the post-motem which the Lagos police command conducted on Sylvester Oromoni did not indict anybody.
The commissioner of Lagos police revealed that the body they brought from Delta State was brought to Lagos, where they carried out the post mortem.
All the parties involved are the parents of the students who are accused, the parents of the deceased, the school authorities, and the government officials who witnessed the post mortem.