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Lagos Police clueless as Mohbad’s autopsy secrets withheld



In a stunning twist to the high-profile saga surrounding the death of singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, the Lagos State Police Command remains in the dark as the autopsy report remains shrouded in secrecy.

This revelation comes exactly two months after Mohbad’s corpse was exhumed, sending shockwaves through Nigeria and beyond.

Despite earlier tweets by the Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, hinting at the completion of the autopsy, the official report is still nowhere to be found. The mysterious circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s demise on September 12 continue to captivate the nation, with controversies swirling and the police scrambling for answers.

Former Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, had previously identified prime suspects linked to Mohbad’s death, revealing shocking details of the singer vomiting and developing goosebumps after being injected three times by a nurse, Feyisayo Ogedemgbe.

As the investigation unfolded, singer Naira Marley and Balogun Samson were arrested and subsequently released on bail after meeting their conditions. The police had taken action following online videos depicting assault against Mohbad.

In a shocking revelation, Hundeyin disclosed on Monday that the command had yet to receive the autopsy report officially, dispelling rumors that it was ready. The police officer emphasized a commitment to working with facts rather than speculation.

Meanwhile, Nigerian artiste Bella Shmurda, taking to social media, pleaded with the police to release Mohbad’s remains. Expressing concerns over the prolonged delay, Bella called for a swift release to allow for a dignified funeral arrangement. His plea also extended to the timely disclosure of the autopsy results.

However, Hundeyin added another layer of complexity to the situation, stating that only the singer’s family lawyer could request the pathologists to release the autopsy results. Alternatively, the results would be independently handed over to the police when they are ready, leaving the nation on edge as the mystery surrounding Mohbad’s death continues to deepen.

Bolaji Farinloye

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