NDLEA Yet To Respond To Enquiry On Mohbad Death- Lagos CP

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*Mohbad vomited after being injected

The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, has disclosed that the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) is yet to respond to leader of enquiries on the death of singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba aka Mohbad. He also claimed that the singer began vomiting and developed goosebumps after he was injected with doses of Tetanus Toxoid, Paracetamol (IV) and Ceftriaxone injection (IV) by a nurse, Feyisayo Ogedemgbe, on September 12, 2023.

The Lagos CP disclosed this at the state Command headquarters, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos.
Owohunwa was giving preliminary reports of investigation conducted by the Special Investigative Team (SIT) to unravel the circumstance that led to the death of Mohbad.
“As of today, a total of 26 witnesses have been interrogated ,”
He said those interrogated include Mohbad’s father, mother, sisters, brother, wife and manager, show promoter, Naira Marley, Sam Larry, among several others.
According to the CP, the nurse, Feyisayo Ogedemgbe, who was invited by Mohbad’s friend, Ayobami Sodiq aka Spending, to inject the singer at his residence, administered three injections believed to have led to the chain of reactions that eventually led to the singer’s death.

“Mohbad began vomiting and developed goosebumps after the injections,” Owohunwa said.
Although the result of the autopsy and toxicology tests are being awaited, substantial grounds have been covered well-enough by the Special Investigation Team to support the processing of the casefile to the Director of Public Prosecution.
Consequently, the casefile is being duplicated and forwarded to the Director of Public Prosecution for vetting and legal advice, the outcome of which could inform further investigative actions and prosecution.
While re-assuring that the Command will sustain its firm determination to ensure justice in this case, I wish to assure that the members of the public will be availed of any further development in relation to the outcomes of the Autopsy and Toxicology Reports, DPP advice, feedback from NDLEA and any other development in the investigation into this case.

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