Police confirms that DJ Olu and Chime were on drugs at the time of their death.

Hard drugs found in the victims vehicle

The Lagos state police are doing their best to solve the mystery behind the death of Tagbo, DJ Olu and Chime. DJ Olu and Chime were friends of popular musician Davido who died on the 7th of October 2017 in a similar scenario as that of Tagbo. Adequate investigations are going on according to the Lagos State Police Command.

The Lagos State Police Command announced that they found substances suspected to be hard drugs in the car of the deceased.  It was also reported that Ikoyi Police Division received a distress call of two lifeless body in a BMW at Banana Island. On getting to the scene, it was discovered that the lifeless bodies were that of DJ Olu and Chime.

According to a Punch source: “A team raced to the scene. On getting there, the lifeless bodies of two adult males were found in a BMW car, with number plate, KJA 631 AY, at the underground garage of Block B, Banana Island. After making some enquiries, the victims were identified as Olugbenga Abiodun, 25. He lived on Block 11 of the estate. The other victim, Chime Amaechi, was also aged 25,”.

Another said that: “They were found dead in the car and blood was coming out of their noses and mouths”.

It’s conferred that the victims might have died of overdose from the narcotics that was found in the vehicle. The acting commissioner of Lagos state police confirm their death and the hard drugs that was said to be found in the car. He also promised to conduct more test for better result. He also said that Tagbo’s real autopsy result will be released soon.

Meanwhile, Davido dedicates his AFRIMMA award to his dead friends. He has also cancelled his performance at Felabration to honor the dead.

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Abisola Mohammed

Abisola Mohammed is a creative artist with interest in the Arts.  She currently  writes for Ghafla Nigeria.