The Lagos State Police Command has indicated that the late singer Mohbad’s body could be exhumed for an autopsy. This move aims to assist the ongoing investigation into the cause of his death.
Mohbad, whose real name is Ilerioluwa Aloba, passed away at 27. The circumstances surrounding his death have sparked public debate and controversy.
During an Instagram live session with media personality Daddy Freeze, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, confirmed the police’s intent to probe Mohbad’s death.
The Force Public Relations Officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, also issued a statement. He assured that a thorough investigation would be conducted into the cause of Mohbad’s death.
Hundeyin further stated that Mohbad’s body could be exhumed for an autopsy if necessary. This would be in line with the information gathered during the investigation.
The potential exhumation of Mohbad’s body for an autopsy is a significant development in investigating his untimely death. It raises ethical questions about the lengths law enforcement should go to establish the truth.
The controversy surrounding Mohbad’s death has captured public attention, making it imperative for the police to conduct a thorough and transparent investigation. The involvement of high-profile personalities like Daddy Freeze in the discourse also adds a layer of complexity to the case.
The police’s willingness to go to such lengths, including possible exhumation, underscores the gravity of the situation.
It also highlights the need for a comprehensive approach to justice that balances the quest for truth with respect for the deceased and their family.
Did You Know?
- Mohbad was a rising star in the Nigerian music industry, known for his unique blend of Afrobeat and street-hop.
- The Lagos State Police Command is one of the 36 state commands of the Nigeria Police Force.
- Exhumation for forensic purposes is a rare but not unheard-of practice in criminal investigations.
- Instagram Live sessions have increasingly become a platform for public figures to discuss pressing issues.
- The Force Public Relations Officer is a crucial spokesperson for the Nigeria Police Force and is responsible for communicating official statements.