- The Lagos State Police Command has said the body of late singer Mohbad can be exhumed for autopsy if the need arises
- Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Benjamin Hundeyin, said this during an Instagram live session with media personality, Daddy Freeze
- Hundeyin asked the public to submit their information and authorities will commence an investigation into Mohbad’s controversial death
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This is according to Benjamin Hundeyin, the Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO).
Mohbad’s body may be exhumed
Hundeyin gave the assurance during a Facebook Live with media personality Daddy Freeze on Thursday night, September 14.
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Hundeyin also said if need be, Mohbad’s body will be exhumed and autopsy carried out.
“The Force PRO (Olumuyiwa Adejobi) issued a statement this evening (Thursday) saying that investigation will commence and that’s what we’re going to do.
“If need be, the body will be exhumed. It’s not too late. The body can be exhumed and autopsy can be performed.
“The statement also states that people should bring whatever information they have to the commissioner of police in Lagos State. “That’s because we don’t want to do hierarchy anymore. Take it to Force CID, bring it to Lagos Command. It doesn’t matter.
“We’re going to harmonise it within ourselves and ensure that justice is done.”
Lawyer asks police to arrest Mohbad’s attackers
In a piece of related news, Legit.ng reported that Bolanle Cole, a lawyer, asked the Nigeria Police Force to arrest some men who allegedly stormed the music set of deceased singer, Mohbad, to harass him.
The lawyer also said the suspects should be charged to court.
Mohbad: Rinsola Abiola speaks
Legit.ng also reported the reaction of Rinsola Abiola, one of the daughters of late Moshood Abiola, to Mohbad’s death.
Rinsola said for families that have their eyes primarily on a man’s wealth, “once he dies, it’s payback time”. She also lamented that most family members do not actually care about the children the deceased spouse leaves behind.