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Edward Brown, one of the students who allegedly beat Sylvester Omoroni to death in an attempt to persuade him to join their fraternity, has been seen abusing his comrade in another video.
It was said that the guys who purportedly committed the horrible crime against Sylvester Omoroni that resulted in his death were flown out of the country by their parents during the flurry of events.
As the story progresses, a video has surfaced on social media that attempts to excuse one of the guys' aggressive behavior.
The child can be seen in the video intimidating a fellow lad by punching him in the chest and pushing him. In the background, voices could be heard pleading with him to calm down.
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