Mohabad: Lagos State Police Headquarters begins comprehensive investigation
In view of the growing public concern and preliminary police review into the general circumstances surrounding the death of Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba alias Mohbad, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State Command, CP Idowu Owohunwa, has directed the commencement of a full criminal investigation into the incident. case.
To this end, the Chief of Police established a Special Investigation Team within the Homicide Section of the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) to coordinate the investigation.
The team, composed of experienced homicide detectives, is tasked with bringing together all allegations, suspicions and insinuations regarding the singer’s death from a variety of sources and conducting a professional, diligent and prompt investigation to establish the facts and remove all doubt and to ensure that justice is clearly served through a meticulous process that will deploy all necessary procedures, which may include exhumations, as well as the technical and scientific tools that are critical to the detailed investigation of homicide allegations of this nature.
In support of this initiative, the Lagos State Government has pledged its full support to the Special Investigative Team by all means necessary to ensure the serious development of the investigation. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu gave this assurance earlier today while consulting with the State Commissioner of Police on how best to ensure that cases are promptly investigated and justice is served expeditiously.
We would also like to appeal to the deceased’s family, friends, business associates or anyone with any useful information that may assist the investigation to please share it with the National Criminal Investigation Department’s Homicide Squad on 08036885727 and best support the police investigation. Promote conclusive investigation into the case.
The Lagos State Police Command assured that the progress of the investigation will be shared with the public to the extent legally and professionally permitted.
SP BENJAMIN HUNDEYIN, anipr, mipra
police public relations officer,
Lagos State Headquarters,
September 16, 2023.
Your unstructured tags turned me into an errand girl, former YBNL signee Temmie Ovwasa beats Olamide
Former YBNL signee Temmie Ovwasa has condemned former boss Olamide for allegedly abusing his label’s artistes.
Ovwasa, affectionately known as the YBNL Princess, has reacted to the sudden death of late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba aka Mohbad, revealing further life as a YBNL signee.
According to the “Osunwemimo” singer, she lived in Olamide’s house and became an errand girl/nanny for his wife, Adebkunmi Adedeji, and children.
In a series of posts shared on her Instagram page on Thursday, Owasa alleged that Olamide not only refused to fulfill his part of the record deal he signed in 2016 but also took advantage of the 2018 YBNL joint project YBNL album cover to humiliate him. Mafia family.
Little Varzo is the only artist whose head has been omitted, replaced by a photo of her face hanging on the wall.
The joint album we recorded, why is my face on the wall, you misogynistic piece of shit.”
Speaking about Mobad’s sudden death, Owasa noted that the pressure placed on artists by fans and labels can be harmful.
She added that many artists have been labeled addicts and ungrateful for daring to speak out against the injustices of their respective labels.
I came to Lagos to sing and your loose label let me live in a house with your wife and she turned me into her damn errand girl.
Do you know how crazy it is to say ‘Yes, Mom’ to a girl only two years older than you because you need to get your life on track?
Don’t tell me those obscure political backgrounds. If I don’t want to be beaten to death, I have to remain silent.
At the end of the day, I’m not a victim in Nigeria and that’s not the story I want to tell. I want Mobad to rest in peace. Kill him and eat his body.”
But honestly, I won’t forget it. I can’t. He spoke. We usually do, but we’re all junkies and ungrateful entertainers. Move on.
Garba Shehu said in a statement on Wednesday that critics of Buhari
He served as military governor of a northern state and even bought underwear from government coffers.
He said the former president made many decisions during his eight years in office, some of which may have been wrong, but his intentions were always good.
Shehu said the Buhari administration has taken a series of important measures to combat corruption, including the implementation of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) and the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information System (IPPS).
He said despite its achievements, the Buhari administration was still criticized by many.
He defended the government’s record, saying it had achieved huge positive changes over the past eight years.
The statement read in part: “There is no region that has not been affected by the Buhari administration. Over the past eight years we have seen tremendous positive changes, but as they say, there are more people who pretend to be asleep than those who are actually asleep. Better. Harder to wake up.
The bullies who attack the government and ‘throw away stuff’ will continue to face a Buhari angry at lost opportunities. One Buhari ‘critic’, who was the army chief of Northern State, even bought his own underwear from government coffers.
When they came in, they freed thieves, robbers, and recipients of stolen goods and even gave them liquidity!
“Within weeks, crime is back in Kaduna and elsewhere and he has the audacity to make such a statement. This society does not need this dirty nonsense!
How many of these people do you think were happy when President Buhari said ‘no more free money’?
“Buhari said the national security agencies are funded for security. Lazy men and women cannot work, they cannot come in and out of that place with bags full of money.
These people have nothing to teach anyone. President Tinubu is a wise politician who will see through their pretenses.
“Mohammed has fulfilled his duty and is gone. History will do him justice, I think justice. Thank you Nigerians.