The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency spokesman, Femi Babafemi, has said that the late singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka MohBad, was not arrested nor poisoned in their custody.
Babafemi made these assertions in an X post where he argued that contrary to news going around, the late Mohbad was never in the company of members of Marlian Music acts that were arrested by the agency in 2022.
The NDLEA spokesperson added that MohBad couldn’t have been poisoned in their custody since he was never arrested.
Babafemi shared a link which detailed the arrest of six people, two females, and four males.
NDLEA’s response follows a viral video of Mohbad weeping in what looked like a hospital. Meanwhile, following the death of the artist Mohbad, a meeting of the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) and the Commissioner of Police (CP) for Lagos has resolved to deliberate on the circumstances surrounding the artist’s untimely demise and chart a course for a comprehensive investigation.
The IGP wasted no time and promptly directed the CP Lagos to deploy the full spectrum of the command’s resources to conduct a thorough and meticulous investigation into the matter.
The objective of this investigation is to unravel the circumstances leading to Mohbad’s death, shed light on any potential foul play, and bring those responsible to justice.