Mohbad’s Family Calls For Review, Transparency On Toxicology Result

Mohbad’s Family Calls For Review, Transparency On Toxicology Result
Mohbad’s Family Calls For Review, Transparency On Toxicology Result

The family of the late Nigerian musician, Ilerioluwa Aloba, known by his stage name Mohbad, has expressed dissatisfaction with the handling of his case, particularly concerning the inconclusive results of the toxicology test reported by the pathologist.

In pursuit of justice, the family is now demanding a re-examination of the toxicology tests, insisting on transparency and adherence to the highest standards of forensic science

During a virtual press conference led by their lawyers, Wahab Shittu and Taiwo Odumosu, the family voiced their concerns about the lack of thorough investigation by the police into Mohbad’s death.

They have called upon the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Egbetokun, to take a personal interest in the case and ensure that those responsible are held accountable.

The family’s demand for a new examination stems from a controversial report involving a United States laboratory. The Lagos State Government had initially claimed that the poison test on the late musician was conducted in this US laboratory

However, the family revealed that the laboratory had denied performing any tests related to Mohbad’s case. This contradiction has fueled the family’s mistrust in the process and intensified their call for a credible re-examination of the toxicology results.

The lawyers said, “We, the legal representatives of the Aloba family, express our profound dissatisfaction and disappointment with the recent announcement regarding the toxicology test results of the late Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, which have been declared ‘inconclusive’ by the pathologist.

This outcome is entirely unacceptable to us and the Aloba family and raises serious concerns about the integrity and thoroughness of the investigation by the police and the medical team into the untimely death of their beloved son, brother, and friend. The Aloba family and, indeed, the whole world demand to know where the toxicology test was carried out, as this has impugned its integrity.

The legal team wonders how the letterhead and the address of the National Medical Services Laboratories in Pennsylvania, USA, appeared on the toxicology test report if the test was not truly carried out in the USA.

“The legal team is puzzled more, given the discrepancies in the further response given by the NMS laboratories ascribing the test to another sister laboratory. The conflict of interest bothers professional integrity. The public is interested in knowing the relationship between the Lagos State DNA and Forensic Laboratory, NMS in the USA, and ITSI Biosciences, which allegedly completed the toxicology test on behalf of the Lagos State government.

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