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Mohbad’s Death: Lagos State Police Command Commences Full Investigation



The Lagos state Commissioner of Police, CP Idowu Owohunwa, has directed the command to begin a full-scale investigation into the circumstances sorrounding the death of singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad.

A statement released by the spokesperson of the command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, says the state Commissioner of Police has constituted a Special Investigation Team within the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) to coordinate the investigation.

‘’The team, which comprises seasoned homicide detectives, has been tasked to aggregate all allegations, suspicions and insinuations from various sources on the death of the singer and undertake a professional, diligent and timely investigation with a view to establishing facts, clearing all doubts and ensuring that justice is manifestly served through a meticulous process that will deploy all requisite protocols (which may include exhumation), as well as technical and scientific tools that are vital to the detailed investigation of homicide allegations of this nature.

In aid of this initiative, the Lagos State Government has pledged its total support to the Special Investigation Team in all ways required to guarantee a diligent investigative exercise. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu gave this assurance while consulting with the State Commissioner of Police earlier today on how best to ensure that the case is expeditiously investigated and justice delivered promptly.”

Hundeyin appealed to the the family, friends, business associates of the deceased singer or anyone with useful information that could aid the investigation to kindly share same with the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation Department on 08036885727 and to optimally support the Police in the drive for a conclusive investigation of the case.

He added that the command any progress made during the investigation, as much as legally and professionally permissible, will be shared with the general public.