Davido leads HKN Gang to DJ Olu’s burial

Davido at DJ Olu burial

Embattled Davido on Thursday led members of his HKN Gang to the burial of their friend, DJ Olu, at Emmanuel Chapel, 405 Close, Banana Island, Lagos State.

Other members of the group present were Adewale Adeleke alias B-Red, Special Ed and Davido’s manager Asa Asika.

The deceased, 25, was the son of oil tycoon, Dapo Abiodun.

A service of songs was held for him at Olaniwun Ajayi Gardens in Banana Island on Wednesday with several friends and family in attendance.

DJ Olu was part of the Davido’s large circle of friends having joined the HKN crew in 2013.

His corpse and that of another friend, Chime Amaechina, were found in a garage on Banana Island on Saturday.

This sad event happened three days after another friend of Davido, Tagbo Umeike, died of suffocation.

Acting Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, said during a press briefing on Wednesday that Davido had been re-invited for questioning over Tagbo’s death.

Edgal said Close Circuit Television  (CCTV) footages from the hospital proved that Tagbo was brought in dead (BID) by Davido’s escort driver, Tunde Usutu, and two of the singer’s friends, Agbeje Olaoye and Idris Busari.

He said the men abandoned the deceased inside his ash Toyota Camry with registration number LSD378EL on the instruction of Davido.

According to Edgal, Davido, his friends and the escort driver were being questioned by the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Lion Building.

The police boss added that DJ Olu and Chime were found lifeless in the former’s BMW car parked in the underground garage of Block B, Banana Island, Lagos on Saturday, three days after Tagbo’s death.

He said the result of analysis of some substances suspected to be drugs recovered from the car would soon be released.

“The final autopsy report is still being awaited. Preliminary autopsy has been carried out, but the pathologist said there is the need for additional confirmation before he comes out with the final autopsy, which will state the cause of death,” Edgal said.