The Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) of the Nigeria Police Force, Zone 2, Alagbon, Ikoyi, Lagos, has refuted claims that Sam Larry, a music promoter, and Naira Marley, a popular singer, have been arrested in connection with the death of their colleague, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, also known as MohBad.
Oluniyi Ogundeyi, the spokesperson for the Federal Criminal Investigation Department in Lagos, categorically denied the reports in an interview with journalists, stating that they are false and unfounded. According to Ogundeyi, no one has been arrested, and the police did not detain Naira Marley or Sam Larry.
It should be noted that MohBad, the 27-year-old singer, passed away on September 11 in Lagos, resulting in various controversies. Earlier this year, MohBad had filed a petition with the FCID Alagbon, Lagos, alleging threats to his life.
Naira Marley, MohBad’s former boss, was accused of instigating Sam Larry and others to intimidate and harm the deceased for leaving Marlians Records. A video circulated on social media showing Sam Larry and several individuals harassing MohBad further fueled these allegations.
In the video, MohBad and Zlatan Ibile were shooting a music video when Sam Larry arrived with a group of people and targeted MohBad, causing the singer to retreat in fear. This incident sparked backlash and online condemnation against Sam Larry and Naira Marley.
In response to the situation, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) issued a statement directing an investigation into MohBad’s death. The statement, released by the Force Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, called for a thorough probe.
As the investigation continues, the Lagos State Police Command announced the possibility of exhuming MohBad’s body for an autopsy. During an Instagram live session with media personality Daddy Freeze, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, a spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, shared this information.
Hundeyin stated that if necessary, the body could be exhumed to conduct an autopsy. He also emphasized the importance of providing any relevant information to the Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, as the authorities seek to ensure justice is served.
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