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Davido’s former P.A opens up on how he was bribed to frame the singer for a murder case

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Davido’s former personal assistant, Aloma DMW, has recounted how he was offered millions to frame the singer for his friend’s murder case.

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Aloma claimed he was offered 100 million in 2017 to implicate Davido in the death of his friend, Tagbo.

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In 2017 the internet was in frenzy when reports of Tagbo Umeike, a friend of Davido, died on his birthday, October 8,2017, after partying with the singer and his crew.

 

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According to reports, Tagbo was said to have been found unconscious in his car that was parked at Lagos Island General Hospital. He was alleged to have died from consuming several shots of tequila.

Caroline Danjuma had accused Davido and his crew of abandoning the body of Tagbo at a General Hospital and absconding.

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Recounting the experience, Aloma claimed that he was offered a blank cheque to implicate the singer in the case while he was called for questioning by the police.

In made this shocking revelation during an interview with singer, Jahbless on his podcast “Original Intelligence”. He disclosed that some person, whose name he withheld, had tried to bribe him to testify against his boss by accusing him of having a hand in the murder case.

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He said :

“As we dey Lion Building, Tagbo lawyer show, one person show, I no wan talk em name. Den say I be fall man, they carry me go one room. Baba fear industry o because everybody be just dey to bring this guy down.

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They say I be fall man say make I just talk say na David kill am, say he send guys. Baba blank cheque dey o….100 million they make I just write say Tagbo na Davido kill am”.

See a video of the podcast below,

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