The Lagos State Police Command has inaugurated a 13 man special investigation team to look into the death of Nigerian Singer Mohbad, who died on the 12th September 2023.
A 13-person special investigation team has been established by the Lagos State Police Command to examine into the death. Of Nigerian singer Mohbad, who passed away on September 12, 2023.
On Monday, September 18, 2023, Idowu Owohunwa, the commissioner of police for the Lagos State Police Command, made this announcement. During a news conference the late singer’s parents were seen attending the briefing in videos that were captured and shared online.
Owohunwa emphasized that the murderers and everyone else connected to Mohbad’s death would be apprehended and prosecuted with all due legal process. He reminded the populace that the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL) and its resources are available to the police command.
Remember that we have exclusive access to INTERPOL, he stated, no matter where you are in the world we don’t. Want to give particular names, but everyone connected to Mohbad’s death will be found and brought in to explain their level of involvement.
He repeatedly emphasized that the police preferred for the people to have comfort in the knowledge that they were on. The case rather than mentioning the names of anyone currently associated with the inquiry.
“I don’t want to confine the investigation to a specific identity at this time,” he continued, “We don’t want to. Isolate individual characters, all facts, including videos and other things that have been mentioned.
Let’s move forward with the inquiry, and as it stands, to identify people, we may choose whoever falls within the. Legal parameters, and they would be compelled to appear and explain.
This follows the public outcry for the authorities to investigate the singer’s untimely death, particularly in light of the several. Recordings of Mohbad being harassed and abused by employees of his previous record label Marlian Music that have been circulating. On social media.
Before his death, Mohbad once posted a video in which he mentioned his former boss Naira Marley and his rival. Sammy Larry, saying that they were to blame if he ever died.
The singer apparently also wrote a letter to the police asking for their protection. However, upon his passing, they both claimed that they didn’t mean any damage and that the singer ‘was like a brother’ to them.
Fans of the musician, famous people, and Nigerians in general who had been calling for justice for Mohbad rejoiced at the news of the probe.