Amidst the ongoing uncertainties surrounding the untimely death of talented musician Mohbad, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr Benjamin Hundeyin, has made a significant statement that has garnered considerable attention.
The PPRO has stated that they are willing to exhume Mohbad’s body for an autopsy, if deemed necessary.
This decision comes amidst the discussions and speculations surrounding the true cause of Mohbad’s demise. While initial reports indicated that an ear infection was the cause, doubts and suspicions have emerged, leading to questions about whether there may be more to the story than initially believed.
One prominent voice expressing concerns about the circumstances of Mohbad’s passing is Dr. Olufunmilayo, a well-known figure on Twitter as “ourfaveonlinedoctor.” Dr. Olufunmilayo has advocated for a comprehensive autopsy to be conducted in order to uncover the truth and alleviate any lingering doubts.
The suggestion of exhuming Mohbad’s body for an autopsy highlights the seriousness of the situation and the importance of conducting a thorough investigation into the cause of his death. While autopsies are commonly performed in cases where the cause of death is unclear or disputed, this decision is not made lightly.
Mohbad’s recent burial, as reported by Vistanaij Media, was not without controversy. A circulating video showed youths obstructing the burial, expressing the belief that the late singer should be laid to rest in a more fitting location due to his celebrity status.
These unfolding events and the quest for clarity surrounding Mohbad’s passing have intensified calls for transparency and a comprehensive investigation. While the initial assumption pointed to an ear infection as the tragic cause, the doubts expressed by those close to Mohbad continue to fuel discussions about the necessity of a thorough autopsy.