Lagos police investigates Damoche’s death

Damilola Damoche was the first to be killed last week

 Nigerian singer, Damoche, was shot dead at the gate of the Lagos State University in Ojo.

The police in Lagos State said on Friday that investigations into the murder of Nigerian singer, Olaniyan Damilola, aka ‘Damoche’ has begun.

The Lagos police spokesperson, Ngozi Braide, confirmed the death of Damoche and said his corpse had been deposited in a morgue.

Ms. Braide, spoke scantily on the details surrounding the death of the singer, refused to disclose what morgue his body was deposited.

“You know it just happened yesterday, investigation started immediately will keep you posted on new developments or arrest made once I get in touch with the Divisional Police officer,” Ms. Braide said

Damoche was on Thursday evening shot dead at the gate of the Lagos State University, LASU, Ojo, by suspected cultists. He was a final year student of Banking and Finance and had just finished writing a test in school, when he was shot.

There are rumors that the celebrity belonged to a rival cult gang from his killers.

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