Warning: Undefined array key "action" in /home/mainikkr/public_html/wp-content/themes/newsup/functions.php on line 2
Mainland Metro News | Mohbad: Sanwo-Olu invites DSS to join police investigations | All the news you need...

Lagos State governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has invited the Department of State Services to join in the police investigation into the death of rapper Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba a.k.a MohBad.
This is just as the State government has sent condolences to the bereaved family and fans of the rising musician who died last Tuesday and was hurriedly buried in accordance with Islamic rites, thereby preventing an autopsy. A 19-man police panel has been asked to unravel the mystery of the musician’s death.
According to a press released sign by Gbenga Omotoso Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr. Sanwo-Olu has directed that all those who may have played any role whatsoever in any event leading to the death of MohBad be made to face the law after a thorough investigation.
“Consequently, Department of State Services (DSS) has also joined the investigation so as to get justice for the youngster, his family and teeming fans.
“The government pleads with all those who may have vital information that may assist the investigation process to avail the investigating team with such. Government also appeals to the investigating team to guarantee the confidentiality and protection of all witnesses who may come forward with vital information or indicative evidence that may assist the process.
The government appeals to all friends and fans of the deceased to stay calm and refrain from making inflammatory utterances and reaching prejudicial conclusions on this matter. Staying calm and following the process keenly will be our most solemn tribute to the memory of the departed talent.
Besides, the grieving family should be allowed to mourn their loss in peace. It is, indeed, a difficult time for us all – the government, the family and MohBad’s fans. Any action that can aggravate the grief should be avoided.”
The Police and the DSS have been admonished to brief the public on their efforts periodically.

Share On Social Media