Davido’s son: Police speak on CCTV review of singer’s Banana Island mansion
The Nigeria Police has disclosed that efforts are been made to ascertain the circumstances that led to the death of Ifeanyi Adeleke, a son to the hip-pop singer, Davido and his partner Chioma Rowland.
According to the PUNCH, the spokesperson for the Lagos state police command, Benjamin Hundeyin assured that every CCTV found in Davido’s residence will be reviewed by the security agency.
Hundeyin words: “CCTV will be reviewed if we find any installed at his house.”
In collaboration with Hundeyin’s submission, a former commissioner of police in Ogun state, Edward Ajogun, said that closed-circuit television (CCTV) could help in throwing more light on the events that led to Ifeanyi’s death.
Ajogun also said that it is expected that the singer’s house in Banana Island will be adored with such tech gadgets that could help the police in solving the mystery behind the death of the three-year-old boy.
“Going by the personality of Davido, one should expect that all of these security gadgets are already on the ground. Someone living at Banana Island will surely have all these security gadgets installed.
“CCTV is like a third eye; it is a technology built to put an environment under surveillance. It is built to serve the purposes of prevention and detection of crime.
“As a crime detection technology, where crime has happened, the CCTV will assist in giving an insight into how that particular crime happened and making it easier to determine who perpetrated that crime.”
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