Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Alob Exhume: Mohbad Killed By Poison?

Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Alob Exhumation: Mohbad's Cause of Death Investigation

by Manish
Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Alob Exhume

This article seeks to provide information on the musician and specifics regarding his autopsy, which has become a topic of curiosity on the internet, in response to the public’s inquiries about the late Nigerian singer Mohbad. We provide this information to our readers who are interested in learning more about Mohbad’s life and the circumstances of his dying.

Exhumation of Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Alob

In order to better understand the circumstances surrounding the late musician Ilerioluwa Aloba, better known by his stage name Mohbad, the Lagos State Police Command has revealed its intent to exhume his body. The death of 27-year-old Mohbad has reportedly triggered discussions and conjectures concerning the precise cause of death. This information was provided by SP Benjamin Hundeyin, the public relations officer for the Lagos State Police, during a live Instagram chat with media personality Ifedayo Olarinde, also known as Daddy Freeze.

The force’s public relations officer, ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, said in a statement that a thorough investigation into Mohbad’s death’s circumstances would be carried out. The Force PRO’s remark, which stated that an inquiry will start and that the exhumation of the remains could be required, was cited by SP Hundeyin during the live session. “We’re going to do what the Force PRO said we’d do in a statement they released this evening, Thursday, and that is launch an investigation,” he said. If required, the body will be exhumed. Still a possibility. The remains could be exhumed, and an autopsy could be performed.

The letter also urges anyone with information to get in touch with the commissioner of the Lagos State Police, stressing a dedication to fairness and justice in the investigation process. In a petition sent to the Force Criminal Investigation Department Annex in Alagbon, Lagos State, the late singer accused music promoter Samson Balogun, also known as Sam Larry, and others of harassing, assaulting, and other offences. This initiative comes in response to the disclosure of that document. The report described a situation in which Sam Larry and a gang of armed men confronted Mohbad and fellow musician Omoniyi Temidayo, also known as Zlatan Ibile, during a video shoot, threatening them with violence.

This development highlights the continued work being done to determine the circumstances of Mohbad’s death and uphold justice in the case.

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