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Lagos State Police Reacts To Reports That DJ Olu And Chime Died Of Drug Overdose




People have been speculating that DJ Olu and Chime died after excessive intake of drugs. This comes after fake autopsy spread all around about the death of DJ Olu and Chime.
Well, the The Zonal PPRO, Dolapo Badmus, has just reacted to the report that Dj Olu and his friend Chime Ameachi died of drug overdose.
According to the statement gotten from her, Badmus debunked the report as she said the autopsy result is not yet out. She also disclosed that only Tagbo Umeike’s autopsy result, and that it will be made public soon.
She wrote;
“But why all these rumours that Olu Abiodun and Chime Amaechi died of drug overdose? The commissioner of Police Lagos State command CP Imohimi Edgar never revealed that the two friends died as a result of overdose! The command is awaiting the result of the autopsy and investigation is ongoing! Let’s avoid peddling stories that are not confirmed especially when people have lost their lives. Only Tagbo’s autopsy just returned. It will be made public at appropriate time if need be. #policeawaitsautopsy #waitforreport”.

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