Music artiste, David Adeleke, otherwise known as Davido is under flame for misleading the police that he didn’t know how his expired companion, Tagbo Umeike, got to the Lagos General Hospital’s introduce.
Acting Police Commissioner Imohimi Edgal, Wednesday, told journalists that Close Circuit Television (CCTV) footages from the hospital demonstrated that Umeike was acquired dead (BID) by Davido’s escort driver, Tunde Usutu and two of his (Davido) companions, Agbeje Olaoye and Idris Busari.
He said the men deserted the perished inside his fiery remains Toyota Camry LSD378EL on the guideline of Davido. As per Edgal, Davido, his companions and the escort driver were being addressed by the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Lion Building.
He stated: “To be objective and check actualities, I required a pre-examination meeting in my gathering room. In participation were all gatherings including family, companions of the perished; those of Davido; Caroline Danjuma; the DPO and exploring officers.
The meeting affirmed that the expired Tagbo Umeike on that day met and had drinks with companions at Shisha Bar among whom was Davido. The bar delicate affirmed the expired had as much as 40 tots of Tequila and displayed indications of intoxication.
The CCTV footage likewise affirmed this. Davido had told the police he had left Shisha Bar for DNA Night Club in Victoria Island without the perished and was just educated by common companions of his passing while he was at DNA.
Notwithstanding, examination uncovered that Davido’s white Toyota Hilux escort driver, Tunde Usutu, joined by one Agbeje Olaoye and one Idris Busari, both Davido’s companions, took the perished to the General Hospital Lagos and surrendered him in his vehicle on the direction of Davido.
The CCTV footage at the hospital picked the escort vehicle and the whole movement. The vehicle was recouped from Davido’s habitation at 7, Awoshika Street, Lekki Phase 1.
This totally exposes Davido’s claim that he didn’t know how the expired got to the General Hospital. The break post-mortem report expressed that the casualty passed on of Asphyxia.” Via: TheNation
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