Greenlight on Mohbad’s autopsy report 


CITIZENS COMPASS –A Magistrate’s Court sitting in Ikorodu, Lagos State, has granted the family of the late singer, Ilerioluwa Aloba populaly known as Mohbad permission to conduct another autopsy.

Recall that the family had disagreed with the initial inconclusive autopsy results conducted by the government.

The singer died at the age of 27 on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, in Ajah, Lagos and was buried the day after in the Ikorodu area.

The autopsy report was to ascertain the cause of his death following protests by fans and friends who suspected the circumstances leading to his death.

The Singer’s body was exhumed on September 21, 2023, for an autopsy by the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH.

His family, however, rejected the autopsy result over its failure to reveal the cause of death. 

The family pleaded with the coroner’s inquest’s presiding magistrate to ensure that an independent toxicology report is submitted to the court before the final report is submitted to the authorities.

However, during a hearing on Wednesday, June 26, 2024, The magistrates court granted Mohad’s family and their legal representatives permission for a second autopsy.

Citizens Compass had reported that the Justice for Mobhad Group in Nigeria and diaspora yesterday, expressed displeasure over the autopsy result of the late singer, Ileri-Oluwa Aloba popularly known as Mobhad.

They expressed their displeasure at a news conference at Ikorodu town hall, Lagos, where the singer had his last performance before he died.

Mr David Nowoola, representing the entertainment industry, appreciated the father and everybody fighting for justice for the late singer.

He expressed displeasure over the delay from the pathologist who said the cause of the death was not certain.


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