The Lagos State Police has identified the Auxiliary Nurse who injected Mohbad as the primary Suspect

In a shocking turn of events, the Lagos State Police have identified the primary suspect in the tragic death of popular Afrobeats singer, Mohbad. The suspect in question is none other than an auxiliary nurse who goes by the name Ogedengbe.

Mohbad, known by his birth name Ilerioluwa Aloba, passed away at the young age of 27 on September 12. Since then, his untimely demise has sparked a wave of controversy, with old videos resurfacing that depict the singer alleging bullying and physical assault.

During a press briefing on Friday, Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, revealed that five suspects have been apprehended and are currently under investigation for their alleged involvement in the events leading up to Mohbad’s death. Ogedengbe, the auxiliary nurse, stands out as the primary suspect.

According to Owohunwa, Ogedengbe administered a series of injections to Mohbad, which were described as “multiple and highly potent.” These injections consisted of Tetanus Toxoid, paracetamol, and Cetrazone, an antibiotic. The shocking revelation is that these injections were administered at Mohbad’s own residence on that fateful day.

As the investigation unfolds, the public eagerly awaits further updates on this tragic case. The sudden loss of such a talented and promising artist has left a void in the hearts of many, and justice must be served for Mohbad and his grieving loved ones.

Watch Video of the press conference

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