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JUST IN: Nigerian police give fresh update on Mohbad’s autopsy (See Details)

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The Nigerian Police Force (NPF), Lagos State Command has given an update on the autopsy being conducted on the remains of the late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad.

The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, gave the update in a statement on his verified X handle, saying the autopsy was carried out by the best forensic pathologists in the country.

He revealed that family members of the late singer were present during the autopsy.

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The PPRO debunked rumour that the process may be hijacked by some unscrupulous individuals who would not want the singer to get justice.

He urged Nigerians to remain calm while the result of the autopsy is being awaited.


He wrote, “As assured by the CP, the autopsy was promptly carried out by some of the best forensic pathologists in the country, in the presence of family members.

“While we await the result, we urge everyone to remain calm and confident in the process.

“There is absolutely no underhand dealing, as feared by some concerned persons. In the meantime, other aspects of the investigation are progressing well.”

Recall that the Police had announced last week that the autopsy of the late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has been completed.

Mohbad’s death on Tuesday, September 12, raised concerns, as an accusing finger was pointed at the Marlian Record Label’s owner Afeez Fashola professionally known as Naira Marley.

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Also, there have been allegations and counter-allegations from his distant relatives over his estate in the early days of his demise.

Nigerians queried why he was buried at Ikorodu in Lagos, immediately after the following day he died, but his father provided an explanation that the family Yoruba custom.

Nigerian youths have staged peaceful protests to demand justice for him.

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