EKO HOT BLOG reports that the Lagos Police Command has said the remains of the late singer, Ilerioluwa Promise Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, have been deposited at the mortuary.
This online media platform reports that State Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, made this known on Friday during an interview.
- Ogun Records Cholera Outbreak, Warns Residents
- Mohbad’s Mother Insists Son Was Killed, Says He Lived In Fear After Meeting Naira Marley
- Umahi Reveals How Tinubu’s Administration Inherited N14 Trillion Road Project
He stated that the deposit of the remains at the mortuary was done after the completion of the autopsy on his body, which was exhumed in the Ikorodu area of the state on Thursday.
Hundeyin, however, denied speculations that the remains had been returned to the grave, stressing that the corpse had been deposited at the mortuary.
“It is at the mortuary,” he told The Punch.
Recall that the Lagos State Police Command on Thursday confirmed the conclusion of the autopsy on the remains of the late singer.
The Police, in a statement released via its account on X platform (formerly Twitter), said the autopsy was successfully completed, and further information would be provided to members of the public as soon as the results are available.
The 27-year-old singer died under mysterious circumstances on the 12th of September 2023 and was buried in Ikorodu, Lagos State, the next day.
- UNIJOS VC Confirms Fees Reduction Amid Protest
- [BREAKING] Osun: Gov. Adeleke Imposes Curfew On Two LGAs
- JUST IN: Whitemoney Evicted From BBNaija All Stars
The death of the popular artist had stirred reaction across the board, with some Nigerians accusing his former boss, Naira Marley, and music promoter, Sam Larry, of being responsible for his death.
This prompted Nigerians to call for justice, while others have taken to the streets in Lagos, Ogun, and other parts of the country, urging the police to fish out his killers.
Click to watch our video of the week
Advertise or Publish a Story on EkoHot Blog:
Kindly contact us at [email protected]. Breaking stories should be sent to the above email and substantiated with pictorial evidence.
Citizen journalists will receive a token as data incentive.
Call or Whatsapp: 0803 561 7233, 0703 414 5611