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Breaking News: Auxiliary Nurse Suspected in Mohbad’s Tragic Death – Lagos Police Uncover Details
In a recent press briefing on Friday, October 6th, the Lagos State Police Command disclosed new information regarding the tragic death of the young singer Mohbad. According to Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, a prime suspect has emerged in this case – Ms. Feyisayo Ogedengbe, an auxiliary nurse.
It’s been revealed that Ogedengbe administered a series of injections to the 27-year-old singer on September 12th at Mohbad’s residence. These injections contained potent medications, including Tetanus Toxoid, paracetamol, and Cetrazone (an antibiotic). Unfortunately, these injections triggered an immediate adverse reaction in Mohbad, causing symptoms like vomiting, goosebumps, and convulsions.
What makes this situation even more concerning is that Ms. Ogedengbe was not qualified to perform nursing duties in a home setting. Her actions were deemed professionally negligent, and the medical procedures were carried out in a non-clinical environment.
Commissioner Owohunwa also identified other individuals as suspects in the case, including Naira Marley, Sam Larry, Primeboy, and one other person. So far, the police have identified 26 witnesses as part of their ongoing investigation into this tragic incident.
Moreover, the Commissioner shed light on a physical altercation that took place between Mohbad and his childhood friend, Ibrahim Oluwatosin Owodunni (known as Primeboy), during a show they attended together on September 10th. This fight ultimately led to injuries that contributed to Mohbad’s untimely passing.
As the investigation unfolds, more details may come to light, shedding further clarity on this heartbreaking event.
New Trouble for Nairamarley
Naira Marley, the Nigerian singer, is in legal trouble once again. A court, headed by Justice Nicholas Oweibo of the Federal High Court in Lagos, has issued a production warrant against him. This legal action is related to charges brought against Naira Marley by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). He is facing 11 counts of conspiracy and credit card fraud.
Naira Marley, whose real name is Azeez Adeshina Fashola, was born on May 10, 1991. He’s a British-Nigerian singer and songwriter known for his unique music style that combines Afrobeats and hip-hop.
Naira Marley grew up in Agege, Lagos State, Nigeria, but when he was 11, he moved to Peckham, South London, England. He finished his schooling at Peckham Academy with top grades in business back in 2010. Later, he pursued business law studies at Crossways College, which is now called Christ the King Sixth Form College.
His music journey started in 2014 when he released his first EP, “Gotta Dance.” But he really hit the big time in 2017 with the release of “Issa Goal,” a song featuring Olamide and Lil Kesh. This track became famous as the anthem for the Super Eagles during the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Naira Marley’s music is all about catchy tunes, clever lyrics, and often discussing thought-provoking themes. His career hasn’t been without controversies, including his arrest by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) in 2019 on cybercrime charges. But despite these challenges, he’s remained a major player in Nigerian music, and his fan base, known as the “Marlians,” keeps growing.
In 2019, he dropped his debut album, “Lord of Lamba,” which did really well commercially. He’s also released several hit singles, such as “Am I a Yahoo Boy?”, “Soapy,” and “Tesumole.”
Naira Marley might be a controversial figure, but he’s undeniably a talented artist who’s had a significant impact on Nigerian music. His blend of Afrobeats and hip-hop, his catchy tunes, and his clever lyrics have earned him a devoted fan base known as the “Marlians.”