Nigerian pop star Davido was questioned twice by police over the suspicious death of his friend after two other members of his entourage died later in the same week.
"The spokesman added" We are investigating where he [Davido] went to, video footage, just to give a clearer picture of what happened".
This comes a few weeks after Tagbo died at a bar in Lagos while his corpse was reportedly dumped at the premises of the General Hospital, Lagos Island.
Davido, however, has repeatedly denied involvement in the unfortunate incident. The DPO and the Investigating Police Officer were also present.
He further stated that Davido lied when he said he only knew of the Tagbo's demise while he was at the DNA club in Victoria Island, a claim Edgar has asserted to be untrue.
Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, confirmed that the musician was being quizzed following the revelation by the CCTV footage that he and his friends dumped him in the auto and ran away.
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He said the men abandoned the deceased inside his ash Toyota Camry LSD378EL on the instruction of Davido.
"The CCTV footage at the general hospital picked up the white Hilux vehicle and captured the entire activities". The vehicle was recovered from Davido's residence at 7, Awoshika Street, Lekki Phase 1. The driver and the two friends are with the police.
"It is our intention to know why the victim was taken to General Hospital, Lagos dumped and those who took him there fled the location without as much as notifying the hospital authorities or reporting to the police; that calls for questioning".
"As I speak to you Davido is now with the DPO and the investigating team".
Earlier, the Police said an autopsy was done and it was found out that Tagbo was suffocated; meaning he did not die of intoxication, as earlier believed.
The police boss said the result of analysis of some substances suspected to be drugs recovered from the BMW vehicle, in which DJ Olu and Amaechina died, would soon be released.