The Lagos State Police Command has finally spoken out about the late Mohbad’s body, which is yet to be exhumed for an autopsy, among other things.
On Tuesday, September 19, a police source told Linda Ikeji’s Blog (LIB) that the state command is waiting for paperwork to be completed with the state Ministry of Health, which would be part of the investigation process.
According to the source, Mohbad’s body will be exhumed on Wednesday, September 20, or no later than Thursday, September 21, for an autopsy.
Mohbad died on September 12 in controversial circumstances. He was buried the next day, September 13.
Nigerians have demanded that an autopsy be carried following the startling revelations of him being harassed and assaulted while he was alive.
The Lagos state police command on Monday, September 19, set up a 13-man committee to carry out a detailed investigation into the circumstances surrounding his demise.
The committee is expected to turn in its report in two weeks.
Reacting to the post;
n_a_t_h1: These people are joking with us, Moh body has spent 7days 6ft down already, decay process has begun From three to five days after death, the body will begin to bloat from gasses produced from internal decomposition. The body could actually double in size and turn a greenish color. Extremely unpleasant and long-lasting odors called putrification begins. Blood and foam will begin to seep from the mouth. Insects often contribute to decomposition in this stage.
Stage Three: Decay Active decay begins in the period between a week to 10 days following death. Fluids evacuate from the body’s orifices and muscles and other soft tissues begin to liquefy. Teeth and nails will fall out in the coming weeks and as the body liquefies, it will lead to a reduction in insect activity. The body will turn from green to red.
There’s no time to waste as decomposition reduces the accuracy of the autopsy results. #justiceformohbad
nene_george: Police has started their magomago. Someone is behind this. Arrest everyone including the IGP.
iameniolamyde: Wasn’t it meant to happen yesterday ? These people better not be political about this thing . We won’t agree.
ewalagos_fh: Na baba Mohbad I blame…. I’m still yet to understand why he rushed that burial… Olohun a dajo!