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Police Setup 13-man Special Investigation Over MohBad’s Death

The Lagos State Police Command has inaugurated a 13-man Special Investigation Team to probe the mysterious death of Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba, popularly known as MohBad.

Speaking at a press conference in Lagos on Monday, Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa declared that the command will use all its powers to fish out everyone indicted in the death of Mohbad no matter where they are.

“Do not forget, we have unique access with INTERPOL. Everybody linked to it (the death of Mohbad) will be identified and they will be brought to establish their level of involvement,” Owohunwa stated.

Last Tuesday Mohbad, a former signee of Marlian Records owned by Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley died at the age of 27.

His death has generated a lot of controversies across the globe due to the way his burial ceremony was rushed and the videos that surfaced online after his death.

In another news, a 27-year-old businesswoman, Mary Jideobi, was on Monday docked in a Grade I Area Court in Kado, Abuja, for allegedly pouring pepper mix on her neighbour.

Jideobi of Tudun-Wada village, Abuja, is charged with intentional assault and causing grievous hurt.

The prosecution counsel, Mr Stanley Nwafoaku, told the court that the matter was reported at the Lugbe Police Station by the complainant, Janet Odeh.

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Nwafoaku said the defendant, sometime in July, met the complainant while she was with her daughter and accused them of discussing her.

He added that not only did the defendant interfere in the complainant’s discussion with her daughter, the defendant also attacked the complainant verbally.

The prosecutor also said that the defendant poured pepper mix on the complainant.

According to the prosecutor, the offence contravened the provision of sections 399 and 247 of the Penal Code Law.

The defendant, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge.

The judge, Malam Muhammed Wakili, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N100,000 and a surety in like sum.

He directed that the surety provides a passport photograph, valid identification, and a BVN printout from his bank.

Wakili also adjourned the matter until October 19 for hearing.

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