- The police have arrested a studio manager in Lagos
- This was after two bodies of Nigerian artistes were discovered in the workstation
- The bodies were found alongside some substance, food, and protection
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The police have recovered the bodies of two Nigerian artistes found dead inside a studio at the Alagbado area of Lagos State.
Expressive Info reported that the musicians identified as Ajibawo Lawal and Sunday Akhigbe were discovered dead on the morning of Thursday, September 10.
It was stated that the artistes performed all night but neighbours became concerned when nobody came out of the studio in the morning and the generator was left working.
Guessing that something may be wrong, some people broke into the studio through the window and met the two artistes dead while the studio manager and one other person were found unconscious.
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When a search was conducted inside the studio, some things like the generator, protection, bread, food that the deceased vomited, and hard substances were found, fuelling speculations that they might have died from fumes or effects of the substance.
Meanwhile, the owner of the studio, who has now been arrested, admitted that he hired the artistes and kept them in the workstation to produce music for him.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Lagos police arrested 202 people for violating lockdown orders.
The command posted on its official Twitter handle that the suspects were arrested in different parts of the Lagos metropolis for converging, thereby violating the order on social distancing during the lockdown.
According to the police, the people converged to play football and do aerobic exercises among other things. In the photo of the arrested suspects tweeted by the police, Legit.ng confirmed that many of them were in sports gear.
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In another story, the Nigerian police arrested officers caught beating a woman in Osun state.
The force, in a statement, described the behaviour of the officers as "unwarranted, unnecessary and unjustifiable."
The police inspector general, Mohammad Adamu, was said to have been angered by the viral video and immediately directed the CP Johnson Kokumo, the commissioner of police in charge of Osun state command where the incident occurred, to get the officers arrested.
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