Songster Abiola Ahmed Akinbiyi, popularly known as Bella Shmurda, has asked the police authorities to release the remains of his late friend, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.
In a post on his X account late Saturday, Shmurda expressed concern over the prolonged detention in the release of Mohbad’s body, which has been held for necropsy for the once two months.
He also added that the police demanded to gormandize- track the process and release the body to grease a staid burial arrangement, calling for the prompt exposure of the necropsy results. “ It’s been over 2 months since Moh failed and his body was taken in for necropsy but yet no result, which is fine but please release his body. That boy needs a befitting burial and to go to rest. eventually, Naija Police, what’s going on? we need an answer then where is the result? Where is his body? ” Shmurda queried.
before, the Lagos State Police Command disinterred Mohbad’s body for necropsy, saying the disquisition into the controversial demise of the musician is ongoing. Though it’s over a month since the inquiry started, the police authorities have yet to expose to Nigerians any new findings from the necropsy that could contribute to resolving the case.
The 27- time-old artiste failed in Lagos on September 12 under mysterious circumstances, with numerous professing importunity by the songster’s former record marker, Marlian Records.
It’s been over 2month moh died nd his body was taken in for autopsy but yet no result which is fine but pls release his body that boy need a befitting burial nd to go to rest finally naija police what’s going on,we need an answer here where is the result? Where is his body?
— Yxng Alhaji 💐 (@BellaShmurda) November 18, 2023
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