The Lagos State Police Commissioner, Idowu Owohunwa, announced on Friday during a press briefing that they have identified an ‘auxiliary nurse’ as the prime suspect in the death of the singer Mohbad, whose real name is Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba.
This development comes after a thorough investigation into the tragic incident.The investigation, which began two weeks ago, has examined various aspects of the case, including allegations of bullying and assault involving musician AbdulAzeez Adeshina (Naira Marley) and celebrity Samson Balogun (Sam Larry).
Additionally, the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has been under scrutiny.The police report reveals that 26 critical witnesses, including family members, friends, and medical personnel, have provided testimonies shedding light on the events leading to Mohbad’s death. Five suspects were identified and detained, with the auxiliary nurse, Feyisayo Ogedengbe, being the principal suspect.
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The report indicates that her administration of an injection may have triggered the fatal reaction.Medical experts have also raised concerns about illegal acts and professional negligence in the way Ms. Ogedengbe administered drugs, considering her status as an auxiliary nurse. The investigation has uncovered a sequence of events, from a physical altercation at a concert on September 10th to the administration of injections on September 12th, leading to Mohbad’s demise.
While awaiting autopsy and toxicology results, the police have sent investigation letters to relevant organizations, seeking official responses and expert opinions. The case file will eventually be sent to the Director of Public Prosecution for vetting and legal advice, possibly leading to further investigative actions and prosecution.
Commissioner Owohunwa has assured the public of the police’s commitment to uncovering the truth and delivering justice in this high-profile case. He promises to keep the public informed of developments, including autopsy reports, DPP advice, and feedback from the NDLEA.
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