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Mohbad: Iyabo Ojo Issues Reminder To Police As Two-Week Deadline Nears


Mohbad: Iyabo Ojo Issues Reminder To Police As Two-Week Deadline Nears

Nollywood actress Iyabo Ojo, who has been actively engaged in the case of the late singer Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad, has taken to her Instagram page to issue a reminder to the police for the autopsy results.

Ojo issued the reminder regarding the two-week timeframe set by the Commissioner of Police for the release of autopsy results and the ongoing investigation.

During her visit to the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Idowu Owohunwa, on September 20th, Ojo also made public statements implicating Naira Marley and Sam Larry, suggesting the existence of video evidence to support their alleged involvement in the death of Mohbad. Subsequently, the police requested a two-week period to conduct a thorough investigation and to provide autopsy results.

On her Instagram page, Ojo reminded her followers that the two-week window specified by the Commissioner of Police will lapse on Wednesday. She expressed her eagerness to hear from the Commissioner of Police regarding the latest developments in the probe of the circumstances that led to the death of Mohbad, in line with the promised timeline.

Ojo that she has numerous questions to ask, but expressed her intention to await Wednesday, presumably expecting more information to be divulged about the case from the police. “2 weeks ends on Wednesday, and we are waiting on the CP to address us on the latest development in respect of Mohbad’s case………. as promised

I have a lot of questions to ask, but i want to wait until Wednesday”,
 Ojo posted.

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