The postponement of Mohbad’s autopsy report’s release is causing concern among the public, leading many to speculate that the government and police may be concocting a false narrative – Twitter influencer.


Prominent Twitter influencer Dr. Olufunmilayo has used the platform to highlight the potential consequences of delaying the release of Mohbad’s autopsy report. In a series of tweets directed at the Lagos state government and the police, Dr. Olufunmilayo emphasized that the delay in disclosing the autopsy results may fuel public suspicion of a possible collaboration between the government and law enforcement to fabricate a false narrative.

Dr. Olufunmilayo explained that the preliminary autopsy report typically becomes available within 48 hours, and any decision to postpone its release would only offer more ammunition to skeptics and doubters who suspect collusion between the police, Lagos state government, and the alleged perpetrators of Mohbad’s potential demise.

The Twitter influencer emphasized that withholding this report further erodes public trust in both the police and the government, a situation that makes no logical sense.

In a tweet, Dr. Olufunmilayo said:

“When it comes to Mohbad’s autopsy case, I’d like to express my concerns here, hoping it reaches the right authorities. To begin with, the decision by Lagos state government @followlasg and the police @PoliceNG to delay the release of Mohbad’s preliminary autopsy results is a SIGNIFICANT ERROR. The preliminary report is generally ready within 48 hours – so anyone opting to delay it provides more grounds for skeptics to claim potential collusion between the police, Lagos state government, and those linked to Mohbad’s possible demise, if indeed he was killed.

“The longer this report is delayed, the more the public is inclined to believe that the government and the police are working covertly to craft a falsehood. To reiterate, an autopsy involves a medical examination of a deceased person’s body, including organs, body fluids, and other substances found in the individual’s system. This entire process takes 3-4 hours to complete. A preliminary report based on the physical examination is typically available within 48 hours, while toxicology analysis and blood tests may take up to 6 weeks.

“In the interest of honesty, sincerity, and a genuine commitment to seeking justice for Mohbad, the police and Lagos state government should opt for transparency by releasing the preliminary autopsy report. The silence and delay on their part only amplify suspicions of foul play. There is absolutely no sense in making decisions that further deepen public distrust in the police and the government.

“To @PoliceNG and @followlasg, the choice is yours: Release the preliminary report now to salvage your already tarnished reputation in the eyes of a public that’s increasingly skeptical about your credibility or continue to delay and withhold the report, hoping it will be forgotten. But rest assured, you will merely confirm the doubts of those who question your trustworthiness and integrity. The choice is yours, and it’s not too late to do the right thing. You can opt for honor or dishonor. Once more, the longer this report is delayed, the more the public will suspect the government and the police of concocting a falsehood. The choice is yours, and it’s time to decide. Thank you.”

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