- The Lagos state police recently held a press conference following the death of singer Mohbad and cries for justice to prevail
- Trending videos from the press conference showed singer Mohbad's dad was also present
- The police revealed that everyone involved in Mohbad's case would be questioned, stirring reactions among many Nigerian music lovers
Amid the call for justice over singer Mohbad's death by many Nigerians, including celebrities like Tonto Dikeh, and Iyabo Ojo, among others, the Lagos state commissioner of police, Idowu Owohunwa, in a press release on Monday, September 18, revealed everyone involved in the case would be brought in for questioning.
The commissioner assured the public, saying everyone whose name was mentioned would not escape anywhere on earth.
The police also called on anyone with helpful information to provide them for investigation.
Watch videos from the press release here.
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Netizens react as police say justice will prevail
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions on Instagram; see them below:
"With the man utterance , Lagos state can use his words to squash the case. I hope his sense is normal today and not speaking gibberish when he is being asked questions."
"I no still trust this man sha make he sha no go talk anything that will make it hard for his son to get justice God abeg o."
"Very good.. his wife should be invited too, she needs to shed light to the whole matter."
"Na him wife Dey supposed bring there….. but of course na person way go yarn dust them go invite."
"Why do I strongly feel this man will mess up this case?"
Paul Okoye wonders what changed in the music industry
Paul Okoye expressed surprise about the controversies that have emerged on social media following Mohbad's death.
The singer wondered what the industry had turned into as he thought it was for making music, money and living a good life.
Reacting, someone said:
"Pot calling kettle black, rest oga."