According to the Lagos Police, eight of Davido’s domestic staff have been questioned after his son Ifeanyi drowned.
Eight members of artist Davido’s domestic staff have been questioned after his son Ifeanyi drowned, according to SP Benjamin Hundeyin, a spokesperson for the Lagos State Police command.
On Monday, October 31, Ifeanyi, who turned three on October 20, passed away in the singer’s pool on Banana Island.
Eight members of the domestic staff were brought in for interrogation today, November 1st, according to Hundeyin, who spoke with reporters.
He claimed that individuals deemed not responsible for the sad situation would be freed following the investigation, while those found responsible would be kept by the police for additional inquiry.
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They were brought in for questioning rather than an arrest. Anyone found not guilty will be released right away, but anyone found guilty will stay with us to help us with our investigation,” he stated.
The Chef joined the Nanny and Ifeanyi, according to a person familiar with the tragic incident.
According to reports, the Nanny stepped a little bit away to take a call. Ifeanyi wasn’t there when she returned, so she assumed he was with the Chef.
However, the Chef claimed that he had left Ifeanyi with her. For about 20 minutes, they searched desperately throughout the mansion for Ifeanyi before a security guard finally found him in the pool.
How the boy entered the water was a mystery to everyone.
According to reports, Davido and Chioma learned the terrible news when they arrived home from their trip.
“Davido went crazy. He physically disrobed and prepared to sprint into the streets. He was restrained. He is inconsolable, as is Chioma.” a source informed LIB
There are indications that an autopsy will be performed to ascertain the cause of death after the boy’s body was sent to the mortuary.
All friends, coworkers, and employees are not permitted to go to Davido’s father’s house, where he and Chioma are hiding out.
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